Tooele Transcript Bulletin readers and other county residents responded to the 2021 Transcript Bulletin Benefit Fund request with $15,495.20 of donations for the Fisher family of Tooele City.
The Transcript Bulletin thanks all the people that donated to the fund and we share with you the thanks and heartfelt appreciation of the Fisher family.
Tooele County residents may disagree on issues of the day, but when it comes down to helping people, our community has a history of pulling together and lending a hand, and more.
The Fisher family lost their mother, Michelle, 39, to a chronic condition that suddenly turned into a rapidly progressing fatal systemic disease that took her life just before Christmas.
Her husband, Tyson, and her two sons, Wyatt and Winston, were overwhelmed with emotion as Clayton Dunn, representing the Transcript Bulletin and all that donated, presented them with a check.
We know no amount of money can replace what they lost, but your donations will go a long way to help relieve the family of some stress as they mourn their loss and adjust to life.
This was the 44th year for the Tooele Transcript Bulletin Christmas Benefit Fund. The fund is a non-profit organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) charity. All proceeds are presented to the benefit recipient each year.
Again, thank you Tooele County for your generous donations.