Hello and welcome to the fudraising site for Angie's Dad. Angie's dad suffered from Prostate cancer and came to live with Angie and her family. It was wonderful to see and hear how he interacted as part of the family. It was as if he never lived anywhere else. Angie and her family opened their hearts and doors to the fine, wonderful gentlemen. They had to rearrange everthing because Angie runs a hair stylist business out of her home. But, as is truly Angie and her nurturing soul, she gladly welcomed him with open arms. It was always a beautiful site to see/hear them all interacting. What a blessing to Angie that she was able to spend his final days here on Earth and now be given his Angel Wings and most importanty, Eternal Life, free from pain. Sadly, her dad passed away during the early hours of January1st. He always told her that he wanted to go out with a bang, and I believe he got his wish.
The huge issue facing Angie now is that her dad's final wish was to be buried in McDonough, Georgia. They drove up there but was told the whole thing would cost $6,000! Of course, Angie and her family do not have that amount. Thus, the reason for this findfaiser. If you knew Angie, you would know how important this is to her and all of her friends and family. We want to rally around and help her achieve her goal.
With that, I am asking is, won't you please look inside yourselves and take a moment to dontate to this extremely, urgently neededcause? They can only "keep" her dad for two weeks, and not only is she grieving now, she also wants to, again, honor her dad's last wish. I will get all of the information for you, shortly (within 1 hour) so you can call and verify that this NOT a scam or anything like this. This is a REAL need from a REAL person, who woould do anything for anyone, no questions asked. Please feel free to email me, [email protected], my name is Dori Silberman. Thank you for your kind gift. And remember, donations of any denomination are greatly and respectfully appreciated. Hope to hear from you soon! Take Care and God Bless, Dori