Community supportive in time of need

I would like to say a big thank you from the bottom of our hearts to the community that we live in. When we got the news that our Gavin was gone, our whole world came crashing down. Then the scramble to find Indy who went missing from the accident. The support that came from all over was more than can ever be measured. The finacial giving has also amazed us. Gavin had many ideas of how to contribute to the community not only with his time but also with money. Those ideas and wants are still going to happen even though he isn’t here anymore. To everyone near and far that has donated, I want to say thank you. The outpouring support for something like this we could never of imagined. It gives us all comfort knowing there is still goodness in the world. The account that has been opened for his charities will be open until February, and we will be donating to organizations that Gavin loved and cherished in our community for as long as we can. Thank you all again for the support and love that you’ve shown to our families.


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