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How to Help: A GoFundMe and donation drop-off locations set up after Bowser family loses everything from fire on Niles Hill Road

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By JOHN ANDERSON, photo from GoFundMe.com

A fire destroyed a family home on Wednesday night on Niles Hill Road. There were no injuries, however a few pets died and the family lost all of their belongings.

Krysta Guerin has set up a GoFundMe page and has a list of items the family needs.

Click HERE for the GoFundMe page.

Here is the description from the GoFundMe page by Krysta. “On December 28, 2022 the Bowser family; Warren, Jackie, Dayton, Zane, and Alaina lost their home due to a fire. Along with this devastating loss all their personal belongings were in the home. They also had to say goodbye to a few of their fur babies. Luckily no one was home when the fire started or this may be an entirely different fundraiser. Warren, Jackie and the kids are all safe but will need help rebuilding their future. Clothing, food, appliances, furniture and more will all be greatly appreciated if anyone has anything that can be donated. The boys are into hunting and fishing and their daughter likes arts and crafts, unicorns, and dolls of any kind. All proceeds from this fundraiser will go to the Bowsers to help them rebuild and come back from this tragedy. Anything anyone can do to help would be greatly appreciated.”

Currently, $550 has been raised toward the $15,000 goal.

Krista also said the family needs

•Mens 36×34 pants, lrg shirt men’s 11 shoe mens

•Mens 36×32 pants, lrg shirt men’s 11 shoe mens

•14-16 girls, girls shoe 7

•Men’s 40×32 pants, 2x shirts, shoes 11.5 mens

•Women’s large pants, lrg-xl shirts women’s shoes 8

Anything else needed like household items such as bedding, bath, kitchen and livingroom things would also be greatly appreciated. Apart from their home they also lost all Christmas gifts for the kids. If anyone would like to donate any gifts for the kids to brighten them up their ages are (if I remember correctly) 9 (girl), 12 (boy), and 15 (boy).

You can leave a message for Krista Guerin under a post on her Facebook to donate or contact Jackue Bowser of Chuck Cain. Krista said they can meet up with anyone or help answer any other questions for anyone who is willing to help provide Warren, Jackie and the kids with any assistance.

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