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Joshua L. Vernon
8/19/1975 - 8/12/2020
Joshua L. Vernon, 44, Logansport, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday, August 12, 2020, in the emergency room at Logansport Memorial Hospital. Left to mourn this tremendous loss are his four sons, the youngest who is just around 12 years of age - who kept his cool and got his dad emergency help - what a trooper! Please pray for him and the entire family. As a community, it's our turn to get this family the help they need. Josh had been on disability for quite a while, unfortunately he couldn't get insurance and there are no burial benefits through government assistance. But many of us together can chip in to help lighten the heavy burden. Please consider a donation - no matter the size - every amount helps them see hope. Let them know they are not alone in their heartache. Visit www.fisherfuneralchapel.com to view his obituary which will be updated soon.


$1,540 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Logansport, IN
Jefferey Lee Shannon
6/29/1983 - 8/9/2020
Jeff was an amazing father to his kid's a loving supporting husband to his wife. He was a devoted to his family and, in everything he's done. He was and still is loved very much. He was supportive to the friends that he did have. He was a great guy. And, will be missed by everyone he has touched in his life.

$1,805 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Jerome, ID
David L. Surbaugh, Sr.
5/8/1960 - 8/5/2020
This US ARMY Veteran, leaves behind a wife and 8 children.

David Lynn Surbaugh, Sr. (Dave/Papa) age 60 of Dayton, OH unexpectedly passed away August 5, 2020.

He was born May 8, 1960 in Springfield, OH to Donald & Mae Surbaugh (Haney/Thacker).

He was preceded in death by his father Donald Surbaugh, stepfather Carl Haney and best friend Thomas Cameron.

He is survived by his mother Mae Haney (Thacker), his loving wife of 16 years: Jennifer, daughters: Davinia, Katlyn, Connie, Sally Mclain & Misty Richards. Sons: David Jr. (AKA DJ), Robbie (& Pheleishia) & Aaron Salyers.
Grandchildren: Andrew (AJ) Ferdon, Corey Richards, Jordan, Sierra, Alissa Salyers, Konner Dimas, Christion Manley.
His brother John (& Wanda), niece-Nikky, brother-Don, nephew-Stephen.

David love to ride his Harley Davidson with his children. He loved working on cars and he loved God.

As water falls from heaven, so the most beautiful blessings - in the name of Jesus - will fall on you.

Rest in peace PaPa - you will always be loved and greatly missed.

https://schlientzandmoore.com/book-of-memories/4296777/Surbaugh-David/index.php

$2,000 of $5,000 raised
40.0 % Complete
Dayton, OH
Karissa lee
3/23/1998 - 8/4/2020
Karissa was taken from us all way to soon. She was loved by all that met her. Karissa was a very loving mother,a great friend,the most amazing daughter,grand daughter,great granddaughter. She will be so missed by everyone

$1,160 raised
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Jerome, ID
William "Todd" Summerlin
5/28/1964 - 8/7/2020
Kinston – William “Todd” Summerlin, 56, passed away at UNC Hospice House.
A memorial service will be held Sunday at 3 pm in the Edwards Funeral Home Chapel. The family will receive friends following the service.
Todd, son of the late George and Connie Summerlin, was a native of Wayne County. A graduate of West Carteret High School, he served in the Army National Guard. For a number of years, he owned Todd’s Tile in Morehead City and Wilmington. He also was a commercial fisherman and was co-captain with his father. Todd was an avid fisherman, hunter and loved the outdoors.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his grandparents, Sallie and David Summerlin and Mary M. and John Walton; a niece, Kari Summerlin Elwart; and his best friend and canine companion, Decoy.
He is survived by his daughter, Kimberly Philyaw; grandson, Ryan Philyaw; sisters, Cissy Kennedy (Bernie) and Shannon Summerlin (Walter); brothers, Jeffrey Summerlin and Eddie Summerlin; and a host of nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the funeral home to help with expenses, 702 N. Queen St., Kinston, NC 28501.

$1,620 raised
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KINSTON, NC
Kristina Marie Rodriguez
5/16/1978 - 7/23/2020

Kristina Marie Rodriguez 1978-2020

Kristina Was Born On May 17th 1978 At Mather Air Force Base. She Passed Away On July 23rd 2020 At St Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center. Kristina is A Loving Caring Understanding Mom Wife Grandma Sister And Friend. She Went To Cimarron High School In Las Vegas Nevada. She Was A CnA And Mechanic. She Is Survived By Her Fiancée Jon. Her Children Kenneth , Audrieona, Nathan, Avorie And Kaylen. Her Siblings Wendy And Dillon And Her Close Family Amd Friends. She Was Always Laughing And Smiling, Living Her Best Life. She Is Missed By Many.
Please consider helping Kris's family to cover cremation expenses. Through the pandemic and her sudden passing, it has taken a toll on everyone financially. Any donation amount would be greatly appreciated and is paid directly to the funeral home, Serenity Funeral Chapel in Twin Falls, Idaho. Thank you in advance.

$370 raised
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TWIN FALLS, ID
Debbie Briscoe
11/9/1973 - 7/17/2020
Hello,

We have not been successful in finding a life insurance policy to pay for my mother's services. We are asking for help to do just that. I apologize that it is short notice, however, we were sure that we would find a policy that was still valid. Thank you in advance. My family would greatly appreciate it.

-Briscoe Family

$1,195 raised
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Boonville, MO
Kyle Serviss
6/4/1990 - 7/21/2020
Kyle Serviss unexpectedly passed away Tuesday, July 21, 2020. He was 30 years old, and leaves behind many family and friends who miss him deeply. Kyle's family needs your help raising funds to pay for his funeral service. Please consider donating what you can to help this family as they mourn his loss. Thank you.

$1,280 raised
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Midland, TX
Joseph "Joe" Johnson
4/9/1995 - 7/21/2020
Joe was a fun loving, outgoing, outdoor loving guy. He loved going out floating, mudding, trout fishing, and would do anything for his family or friends. Joe made the ultimate sacrifice while rescuing his nephew from the current of the Lamine river while they were out enjoying the evening as a family. This of course was a sudden and unexpected loss for his family. Any donation that you could make would be greatly appreciated to help us honor and pay tribute to his final act of selflessness. Your thoughts, prayers, and help are appreciated more than words could ever say.

$1,790 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Marshall, MO


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