On June 7th, 2018, Nevaeh (15 years old) and Arianna (4 years old) were awakened to the news that their father, Robert Cochran, had passed away. Robert Cochran was a great man who was known by many and loved by all. He filled any room he walked into and people wanted to know him. Rob was their sole provider while raising them both as a single parent along with the help and support of their grandparents. Please continue to keep these girls in your thoughts and prayers as they adjust to living without their father.
Nevaeh and Arianna are both great children who deserve a bright future. However, coming from a broken home, it will be difficult to overcome life’s obstacles. With the help of the community, I know that we can help them with the financial burdens that they will face on a day-to-day basis and future schooling opportunities that may come their way without their dad. All funds raised are going to be placed into a trust fund for his daughters’ and designated for education and major life needs.
I am writing this update for those who are seeing this and may not know who I am but are wanting to be assured that their donations are going to these children. My wife Arlene and I do not have children of our own but we have been in these children's lives for a very long time and we are just wanting to see that they are given all that is received through your donations. With the full consent of all the family Robert, Cheryl, Becky, & Nevaeh we have been given permission to establish this fundraiser due to our ability and network of friends in SWFL. A lawyer has reached out to us recently to offer their services in establishing a trust for Nevaeh and Arianna. Please be assured that every cent that is received in this fundraiser will be placed into a trust that only will be available for Nevaeh & Arianna.
If you are reading this and you can help financially, please give, but if you can’t give financially, please reach out if you can help out in any other ways.
Please share this fundraiser with your friends so that others can help these girls have a greater hope for a brighter future.