The loss of John Yeoman is both of those.
Many of you may have never met John, or know of him, but I know many of you know Erin, and if you've spent even a minute of time with her or speaking to her, you would know of her infectious, bright, loving personality. She is the kindest, most loving individual you'll ever meet, and anyone who has come in contact with her owes her so much, as she gave of herself in every moment, with no hesitation or thought for her own interests.
If you know Erin, know John was cut from the same cloth.
The Yeoman family gave so much to everyone they came in contact with, and now its time for us to give back. Funerals and bereavement are a time for mourning, not for determining where the funds need to come from. I personally ask any of you who knew John or Erin, or any member of the Yeoman family, or any individual who understands the tragedy of this event, to give what they can, no matter how small, to assist and make this trying time even a small bit more bearable, and even slightly easier.
We've all been blessed by the generosity of the Yeomans, can we not now repay the favor?
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