Cost of Living; Re-coop shop loss

For those that dont know, something tragic happened today, around 1:00 p.m.  http://thescoopblog.dallasnews.com/2014/03/fire-at-grand-prairie-auto-shop-near-dallas-border-may-burn-all-day.html/

Zink Autohaus burnt to the ground, due to negligence of a neighboring shop owner in the same warehouse center.  Stephen Zink was at home, caring for his family, at the time of the fire.  One of his two children were home sick with pneumonia.  Inside the shop, including one of my personal cars, everything is considered a total loss.  Stephen is a family man.  A hard worker.  Will go above and beyond for ANY one.  I've been blessed because of his hard work and ethics.  Needless to say, he is devastated at today's events.  We'd like to show him some REAL love, and get some funding started to help him out.  Take a moment and realize this is this man's bread and butter.  He has a wife and two kids to support.  Let's watch this account grow and give back to a man that gives so freely to others! Let's band together and help our brother out.  He would do the same for you.  I KNOW IT!
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Lee Adams 
Organizer
Irving, TX
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