We would like to send another big thank you out to everyone that has donated thus far. The site will be up for quite a bit longer, as the twins are still in the hospitol will be for a little bit longer still. As the administrator of this site, I have been unable to field some of the emails that have been sent in, however I am trying to forward them to the family on a weekly basis to enable them to respond. If you are local and would like to make an in person donation, a Facebook group has been set up called 'Helping Daddy'. The group is by invite only, so sent me, Gavin Walwork, a Facebook request and I can get you in the group.
Please note that I received the following from the West Allis Police Department. If you would like to make a donation via check, please see the information below.
For those of you who may not have heard, it is with great sorrow that we inform you of the unexpected passing of one of our officers with the West Allis Police Department.
On Monday, 02/17/14, Detective Stacie Napoli passed away suddenly and unexpectedly due to complications from child birth. Detective Napoli was 39 years old and a 17 year veteran of the West Allis Police Department, most recently assigned to our Sensitive Crimes Unit.
Funeral arrangements have not been finalized as of this date.
Stacie gave birth to two children who are progressing well.
There has been an outpouring of condolences and support for members of the Police Department as well as family and friends of Stacie. All is greatly appreciated! We have also been receiving numerous inquiries about donations. Anyone wishing to make a donation to Stacie Napoli's family;
Please make checks payable to:
Community Improvement Foundation
Memo: In Memory of Stacie Napoli
Checks should be sent to:
West Allis Police Department
C/O Captain Steve Beyer
11301 W. Lincoln Av.
West Allis, WI 53227
Funeral arrangements will be passed along when they become available.
Please keep Stacie's family and friends in your thoughts during this difficult time; she will be greatly missed by all.
Captain of Police
West Allis Police Department
Please note that we are currently working with the city of West Allis to provide an alternative to sending funds electronically. By the end of the day today, I hope to have an address and contact information if you would prefer to send a check in lieu of an online donation.
I have received numerous messages with an outpouring of support and offers for all sorts of non-monetary donations for Jeff and the kids. Please note that although I am the moderator for this campaign, I do not have any other details or information to provide at this time other than what has already been posted. All correspondences from this site will be sent daily to the family for their review and responses. If your inquires go unanswered, please understand the depth of emotion that this family is going through right now.
On behalf of Jeff Pollack, I'd like to extend his sincere thanks for the outpouring of generous support from all those who have donated thus far. Jeff and the kids are doing well, but there is a long road ahead of them. I will be making future updates to this page as new information becomes available.
Stacie Livermore Napoli was unexpectedly called home to be with angels on Monday February 17th, 2014, shortly after the birth of her newborn twins Parker and Ellie. The twins' father Jeff Pollack lost his best friend and soul-mate, and two children merely hours old, lost a mother with whom they only knew for a short matter of moments. This page was set up to help these twins and a grieving father make the difficult transition in to this new life without their beloved mother and partner. Please donate what you can, and pass the word along to anyone who may help. Jeff, Parker and Ellie offer you a heartfelt thanks for your generosity.
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