McIntosh family (grief support)

Many of you may already be acquainted with the McIntosh family after the tragic loss of their son James McIntosh (6 years old at the time), which united our small community of Penticton in grief for this family.  He was struck at an intersection off of the channel parkway in Penticton and succumbed to his injuries September 2015.
            It seems worse than any fiction writer could imagine, but again as this family that has already been through so very much, has had another grievous loss. Last Sunday night,  James' father Brian McIntosh lost his battle with cancer and has hopefully since been reunited with his beautiful boy again on the other side.  Surviving James and now, Brian, is Mom, and paramedic Elizabeth, and son Caleb McIntosh. 
             This family deserves a buffer to allow them to breathe, and somehow deal or come to terms with what has happened to them in such a small time frame.  Even a chance to perhaps get away together (Caleb & Elizabeth) or manage the many bills  that have,  most probably accumulated.
             We are asking the community to please come together again to do all that we can, even a small donation is helpful and very much appreciated. Thank you in advance for any contribution you are able to make at this time.
  • Bobbi and Brad Vojtko 
    • 30 $ 
    • 45 mos
  • Marisa Thompson (Ruhland) 
    • 100 $ 
    • 46 mos
  • Wes & Pam Anderson 
    • 50 $ 
    • 46 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • 300 $ 
    • 47 mos
  • Velma Bateman 
    • 200 $ 
    • 47 mos
See all

Organizer and beneficiary

Jade Dorrell-Mullin 
Penticton, BC
Elizabeth McIntosh 
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