Our sgsco associate Eduardo Murillo family needs your help...
Eduardo Murillo, 60, his daughter Paola Murillo, 17, and Abel Sandi, 19 (Sabrina Murillo friend) all died in a tragic auto accident on March 28. Sabrina Murillo, 20, Eduardo's eldest daughter survived the accident and has had multiple surgeries and has a long road to recovery.
Eduardo was born in Venezuela where he lived most of his life. Eduardo worked for P&G for twenty-five years and one year for sgsco as VP Regional Business Development. He had many longtime colleagues, of which many became his close friends.
Eduardo was very proud of his two daughters, Sabrina and Paola, and his beloved wife Maria Luisa Perrone.
His family and friends would like to express their sincere gratitude and thank God for the gift of Eduardo and his daughter and the blessing of the time we spent with him.
Besides his wife María Luisa, Sabrina his oldest daughter is a survivor of the tragic accident that took Eduardo and Paola life last March 28, 2018 in Panama City, Panama.
We are reaching out to you because we started a GoFundMe campaign for Sabrina, to brighten up her family life by raising funds for her surgeries and for her physical and psychological care.
If you could support by making a donation and then sharing it with your network, we would greatly appreciate it. We know that money can be tight, so please know that even $10 helps us to get closer to the goal!
Please help Sabrina and her mother Maria Luisa during this very difficult time.
My name is Marriott Winchester, I am the former President of sgsco Americas and had the privilege to work with Eduardo at both sgsco and P&G. I will ensure that all funds collected will be transferred to his wife and daughter to be used for Sabrina's medical expenses. GoFundMe has very strict rules on withdrawing your donations. You must be a have a USA social security number and USA bank account to withdraw your donations. Because of this requirement, Eduardo family cannot access your donation directly. I will withdraw the funds and will ensure timely transfer to Maria Luisa.