On July 6th, 2014 two beautiful souls were taken from everyone that they love. Cody Farabee, 22, and Rheana Hazel, 23, we're both tragically killed in a horrific car accident in Monticello, Utah while travelling home to Arizona after a family reunion. Sadly, they were struck by a van that had driven into their lane while trying to pass another vehicle. Four of the five passengers in the van were also killed. Cody and Rheana were the kind of people that made you feel good about yourself. They loved absolutely everyone in such a fiercely unconditional way. I knew Cody to be the first one to jump and help someone he loved if they were in trouble. He was such a brilliant soul, so incredibly full of life and determination. He had recently graduated from Pima Medical Institute and received his massage therapy license. He was working at creating a life for his little family. Rheana was expecting their little girl in September and they were going to be such wonderful parents. I have never seen a young couple more determined to provide a solid foundation for their child. Like Cody, Rheana was a beautiful soul. Untarnished by the sadness and cynicism of the world. She worked at TutorTime and was so good with the children, she would have made an incredible mother.The pain of knowing they were taken from this world so soon is almost unbearable for their loved ones to endure. The thought of the funeral expenses can also be very overwhelming and I believe they deserve the help. These two beautiful people were killed way before their time. Their lives were just starting! Let's help the families of both these young people give their beloved family members burials and services as beautiful as they were. Let's do it in their names, for they would have been first to donate if they were in our shoes. Do it in the name of little Zoe, their unborn baby girl. Let's help lay them to rest so their families can focus on being there for each other. Any little amount helps, and I know how many people absolutely adored Cody and Rhe. We should be at our goal in no time. Just remember to always squeeze your loved ones a little tighter and tell them you love them as often as you can. You never know what is going to happen, and life can be taken from anyone with absolutely no notice.