This morning, December 15, 2021, Devon Wollett and his fifteen-year-old son, Colin,
were able to escape their apartment with only the clothes they were wearing. This commercial fire took three hours to extinguish and not only destroyed Devon's two story building but several other small businesses.
Luckily, Devon's nine-year-old daughter, Evie, was not in the apartment at the time.
Devon needs help funding an apartment for himself and his children. He deeply appreciates this as well as the thoughts and prayers of friends and others who want to lend a helping hand.
At this time, finding an affordable apartment, or even finding an apartment, is difficult. Devon needs these funds for a place to live and essentials for himself and his children. He deeply appreciates and wants to thank anyone who can help him. Devon is a third generation Olympia resident and has been employed at Espresso Parts LLC for 21 years. Espresso Parts, LLC will be matching donations up to $3,000.
Devon feels grateful and blessed that he and his son escaped this devastating fire unharmed and sends wishes and hopes for all those affected. He also wants to thank and send gratitude in advance for any help he may receive.