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Helping One of Our Own!

As many of you have heard, Jim Hilgart, unexpectedly lost his 23-year-old daughter Tabatha.  We are all saddened by any family loss but it is additionally painful when losing a child.  Tabatha was a multitalented young lady who was both an accomplished musician as well as an international runway model.  Her loss comes after contracting an autoimmune disorder last fall for which she has been hospitalized, on and off since November.  

Jim and his wife Pamela are understandably distraught by their loss.  Unfortunately, this is also aggravated by the financial burden that the out of pocket medical expenses have left them

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28 September 2020

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