Cliff at Gabriel Jordan took the package sent by Margaret Hitt.
A Family In Need, You Can Help... Willie P. Openshaw
LIVINGSTON, December 15, 2016 - On Saturday (December 10, 2016) a family of humble means and living in a single wide mobile home off East Capps Road lost everything when their mobile home burned down. One person was flown to Houston with severe burns. All they have left is the clothes that they were sleeping in. Natalie Hall shared the situatin on my timeline on Facebook. From that share, my cousin, Margaret Hitt (who lives in Humble) saw the post on my facebook and went out and purchased brand new kid's clothes and shoes, packed 'em into a little box and express mailed the package to my house. I wasn't sure where to take them and found out that Gabriel Jordan Ford Dealership is a designated drop off point. Cliff, with Gabriel Jordan was located on the showroom floor and received Margaret's care package. I just want to thank, Natalie Hall, Margaret White, and Gabriel Jordan Ford for their assistance. YOU TO CAN HELP: The diapers are a size 4 an 5. Women sizes 3 to 5 pants medium shirts Bubba 32 34 jeans large shirt Boy 30 34 jeans shirt medium Woman 5 to 7 jeans shirt medium Boy 12 jean 12 shirt Lil girl 6 jeans shirt 6 Lil girl 5 jean shirt 5 Baby boy 2t pants an shirt Baby girl 18 months Shoes both women 9 1\2 man 8 1\2 boy 10 1/2 boy 6 1\2. Girl 12 girl 11 lil boy 8 baby girl 6
Special thank you to Lee Jonesfor the pictures below from the fire. Lee Jones is a volunteer fireman, photographer, and owner ofBackyard Oasisin Livingston.
The pictures listed below are from the fire that destroyed the home and all their belongings.
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