Only one week after his spouse was killed in a home fireplace, a father of 4 from Buford has died of issues from COVID-19, members of the family mentioned.
Febe Santos was killed at her residence in Buford after a hearth broke out Aug. 25. Experiences mentioned Santos was quarantining within the basement as she recovered from COVID-19. A babysitter was in a position to get the 4 kids out of the house, however couldn’t attain Santos.
Santos’ husband, Humberto Giron, was hospitalized with COVID-19 on the time of the hearth.
Members of the family mentioned that Giron died Sept. 1, only a week after his spouse was killed in the home fireplace.
“She was joined in heaven by her loving husband,” members of the family wrote.
The household has arrange a GoFundMe to assist the kids, who vary in age from eight to 14. Greater than $43,000 has been raised as of Thursday afternoon.
The North Gwinnett Co-op can also be working to assist the household, gathering cash and different gadgets. Co-op officers mentioned “all present playing cards, towels, storage bins (and) provides for the children have been given to the household during the last week.”
Co-op officers mentioned the kids are actually dwelling with an aunt and uncle in Marietta.
“Please proceed to hope for the kids & their new household as all of them are settling into their new regular,” the Co-op wrote on its Fb web page. “The Co-Op will (be) utilizing all donated funds to pay the household’s mortgage & utility payments for no less than three months.
“By relieving these monetary burdens, the household can deal with wants for the kids. We may even help with counseling wants for the kids. We are going to proceed to work with the household as wants come up.”
The Co-op mentioned it’s going to proceed to simply accept donations within the household’s honor. These desirous to make a monetary present can achieve this by going to: https://northgwinnettcoop.org/donate/donate-money/. The Co-op requested for the donations to be marked “in honor of” and to listing the Garcia Household.
“Thanks once more for everybody’s love and help!” the Co-op wrote. “Collectively WE make a distinction!”