Remembering the sweet life of Halle Merrill. She was called home much too early but will be remembered by all those who loved her. http://www.ksl.com/?sid=38672220&nid=148
There are so many emotions that surround any story of tragedy. We're grateful that these two beautiful girls were able to return home and be with their families. We pray that the tender mercies of the Lord will continue to be with each of them as they continue to heal and strengthen us with their smiles.
Thank you for every single one of your donations, it's amazing what we can do when we simply show love towards each other. The road ahead is still long and hard. We've already shot past our initial goal but there's still more we can do. There has been a Zions Bank account set up under the name of Chris Merrill. Please, help show our love and support here or directly to the Zions account.
Many of you know Halle's family and how amazing they are. True to form, they would like to publicly thank each member of the emergency teams; to the first responders, ambulance and flight crews, and the hospital staff, THANK YOU.
They have felt the outpouring of love and support from the entire community and have a very deep sense of gratitude. They have been overwhelmed by the gifts, donations, and acts of kindness already extended, THANK YOU.
As a family, they are taking time to mourn and celebrate the life of sweet Halle. This is a very trying and sad time, thank you for allowing them their privacy. Your continued thoughts and prayers are appreciated, THANK YOU.
Thank you to everyone that has donated to this point. As I pondered last night on the horrible situation, I wanted to give Chris and Cindy the opportunity to have one less burden on their plate. Whether this money can help with the upcoming expenses, or be used as a way to memorialize Halle's memory, it was a way for me to reach out from a distance and offer my love and support. Chris and Cindy, I love you and have constantly had you in my thoughts and prayers. Please help support this great family.
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