Myself Manpreet Kaur trying to raise funds upon the death of my husband in an accident. I currently live in Edmonton, Canada.
The funding that is provided will be used for the purchasing of tickets for myself and my kids for taking his ashes back to homeland for performing all the intented religious ashes memorial ceremonies. This funding will also help me to meet all the day to day expenses of young kids.
Moreover, at this point the biggest issue is mortgage payment because the main earner of the family has passed away and upon request to the bank, we are not getting any holding period for the installments. Therefore this funding will make a great change and thereby request your support in best possible manner.
A four year old, a 1 and a half year old daughter left fatherless, and myself struggling to cope after my husband's death. On August 31, 2018 in South Dakota, US my husband was on his way back home from training. Due to the reckless driving of the co-driver, my husband lost his life.i waited 10 days for my husband to be brought over by the funeral home from South Dakota to Edmonton, to actually see and believe it was him. Leaving my two young daughters and I devastated, especially the four year old who was very close to her daddy, wandering around the house and looking for her dad. She is talking to his pictures and asking questions like "daddy where are you" "daddy are you hungry" "daddy come home" and cried herself to sleep. The sad thing is the younger daughter said "papa" for the first time while looking at the dead body. As a wife, I have lost my companionship as I do not see anything ahead, because I have to support two young children both financially and emotionally. My husband always wanted to go back homeland, so I feel it's my responsibility to take him back for his final ashes ceremony. Kindly help and support me in this regard. http://www.mitchellrepublic.com/news/accidents/4493683-one-dead-after-semi-trailer-rollover-near-bonesteel