Trust fund established for Hack family

Family of Kyle Hack aided by compassionate Sooke community

The distressing news of the accident on West Coast Road on October 28 which took the life of Kyle Hack has led to the formation of a trust account to assist his wife Cindy Lajeunesse Hack and their children Togan and Matia.

Contributions to assist the family may be deposited to the Hack Family Trust Account at Coast Capital Savings Credit Union at Sooke or at any branch. Cheques may be mailed to the Hack Family Trust at PO Box  481, Sooke Post Office, Sooke  BC  V9Z 1H4

Members of the Trust committee are:

Elida Peers, Doug and Janine Wittich, Brenda Parkinson, Scott Gertsma and Kelly Keys, Pete and Jeannette Wilford, Pia Carroll and Tommy and Wayne Smith, who would be pleased to acknowledge your assistance.

E-mail contact with the committee is:    mail@hackfamilytrust.com

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