Funeral costs for fireman Lou Molino Sr.

Louis N. Molino Sr. was an EMT/Firefighter practically all of his life. He even lied about his age to join the volunteer department when he was just 16. As most of you know, he has battled with his health most of his life. He had diabetes, which cost him his leg almost 3 years ago. Recently he went into kidney failure. He had lost his eye sight and just recently got most of it back. Unfortunately, Daddy lost the battle last night. On July 4th, 2014 at 11:00pm, he was called home. I remember a bracelet he always wore, which he actually gave me to a couple years back. It said "Everyone goes home". My dad always gave himself the title "A Texan with a Jersey attitude". That couldn't be closer to the truth.

While his death was not a complete surprise, we are struggling to pay for the final arrangements. He will be cremated but we'd like to hold a service. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Even a dollar would cover something. 

I understand if ya'll can't, but thoughts and prayers are appreciated as well.

Thank you in advance for anything.
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Organizer

Patty Jane 
Organizer
Bryan, TX
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