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Tragic Bike Accident Kills Father

$24,450 of $30,000 goal

Raised by 252 people in 16 days
On September 5, 2018 Patrick Bettens, 41, was killed in a tragic bicycle accident when a motor vehicle driving erratically struck him on the side of the road. Patrick was training for upcoming triathlons. He served in the U.S. Army and was a Sgt. at the State Prison in Concord, NH. But perhaps most importantly, he was the father of two young boys: Colby, 14, and Travis, 16. The money raised will go directly toward his boys’ college tuition.
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We’re thrilled to extend a big thank you to everyone who’s donated. In less than 24 hours, we’ve exceeded our goal of $10,000–all of which will go directly toward putting Sgt. Bettens’ two boys through college. Your generosity proves how many lives Sgt. Bettens has touched, and we’re honored that when his boys go off to college, they’ll know just how amazing their father was. With your support, we’re proud to continue fundraising for them. Thank you again for your donations.
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$24,450 of $30,000 goal

Raised by 252 people in 16 days
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KO
$100
Kevin Oconnell
1 day ago
TB
$200
Thomas Bettens
2 days ago
DM
$50
Douglas Murphy
3 days ago
AD
$100
Anne Davis
4 days ago
$25
Anonymous
5 days ago
JB
$500
Jerry & Carla Bettens
5 days ago
WS
$25
Warren Spinner
5 days ago
SF
$20
Santo Fiorillo
6 days ago
JA
$100
Jim Azzara
6 days ago
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