On Wednesday March 19, 2014 the body of 23 year old Courtney Jean Cash was discovered by law enforcement, stuffed in a wooden box used as a makeshift coffee table in the living room of her residence outside of Cookeville, TN. She had been stabbed and received no medical intervention nor was there any attempt to summon help. The evidence is indicative that she was killed 30 hours before found. Her 20 month old daughter, Cameryn was present at the residence before, during, and after her murder. The investigation of Courtney's murder is ongoing.
In the meantime, her family humbly requests financial assistance in order to provide the dignity and justice that Courtney and certainly Cameryn deserves.
This assistance includes:
Funds to offset funeral expenses already incurred.
Funds to pay for a permanent memorial at Courtney's gravesite.
Funds to pay toward ongoing legal expenses related to the care and custody of her daughter, Cameryn.
Funds for legal expenses incurred to facilitate the recovery of Courtney's personal property that is unaccounted for.
If you have a preference on how your contribution is to be applied, please earmark your donation accordingly. Your wishes will be honored and accounted for.
On behalf of Courtney's family and especially Cameryn we thank you for your generosity and compassion.
"May the Circle Remain Unbroken"
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