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Spring Grove household loses dwelling and pet to fireplace church asks group to support

A family who misplaced their Spring Grove property to a devastating hearth Monday night time is known for encouraging other individuals, but they now locate them selves in will need of their neighbors’ assistance, according to their pastor.

Chris and Tiffany Sauer and their 3-calendar year-aged son, Zachary, are remaining with a neighbor for the time getting, said Pastor Alison Kurland of Spring Grove’s St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, wherever the Sauers are parishioners.

“They missing anything,” Kurland explained, like their cat. “It was a kitchen area fire and the roof collapsed. They were being able to get out of the house, the good thing is.”

The Central Pennsylvania chapter of the Greater Pennsylvania Area of the American Purple Cross is helping the family members, Pink Cross spokesperson Lisa Landis stated Tuesday night.

The Spring Grove home of Tiffany and Chris Sauer was destroyed by fire on Feb. 1, 2021. They and son Zachary lost everything, according to Pastor Alison Kurland of St. Paul Lutheran Church, who is organizing ways to help the Sauers.

Life span of possessions absent: “We want to enable our relatives in want in regardless of what way we can, to restore their life,” she mentioned. “They dropped an whole life time really worth of things.”

Chris and Tiffany Sauer are good people who have assisted other individuals, such as frequently donating to the foodstuff pantry at St. Paul Lutheran and visiting an aged church member who isn’t going to get out a lot, Kurland claimed.