I'm raising money for my nieces and nephew who've lost their father in a work accident in 2017. They will need money for furthering their education, as well as for medical expenses. Any donation helps!
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Fredrick Wilhelmi, 32, of Hudson, N.H. passed away tragically in a work accident on May 22, 2017. Fred’s world consisted of his family and friends. Fred spent the majority of his time with his loving children Trinity, Dakota and Jace.
Trinity is a 10-year-old girl in the 4th grade. She is bright, energetic, athletic and she is a wonderful older sister. Trinity is such an intelligent young girl, interested in many subjects. One thing that Fred always impressed upon her was that her smarts and her creativity would open up doors for her in the future. Currently, her goals are to become an astronaut, an actress, an artist, and/ or an inventor. Trinity's portion of these funds would be dedicated towards her athletics, higher education and medical expenses.
Jace is an 8-year-old boy in the 3rd grade. He is a big ball of energy and radiates positivity. He is smart, funny and charismatic. Jace loves to play baseball and basketball, and he enjoys fishing, an activity he and Fred did together often. Currently, Jace is interested in becoming a Paleontologist, a professional basketball player, or a professional fisherman. Jace's portion of these funds would be dedicated towards his athletics, higher education and medical expenses.
Dakota is a 7-year-old girl in kindergarten. She is funny, happy and sweet. Dakota loves playing with her dogs and her baby cousin. Currently, she is most interested in going to Disney World. She also lives with a rare genetic condition: Alternating Hemiplegia, a condition that effects half of the brain, causing seizures and paralysis. The effects of an episode leave a lasting impact on her health and motor skills for days at a time, impairing her abilities to eat, walk and talk. Dakota's portion of these funds would be primarily dedicated towards her medical expenses and other costs associated with her condition.