Five Girls Lost Their Father, Now Help Finish A Project He Started

Listener John reached out to the show to Make Happiness Happen for his five nieces. Estela, Amelia, Amaya, Athena and Alexa - all under the age of ten years old - who lost their father last November in a senseless road rage incident in Chula Vista. John reached out in hopes to complete the landscaping project that his brother Horace began for his daughters, prior to his death. Horace was a deeply dedicated father and wanted his little girls outside, playing, laughing, and bonding just as he did with his siblings.

Horace intended to install turf (artificial grass) for his two youngest daughters who are allergic to grass. The backyard is 1400 square feet and is completely bare since he was never able to finish what he started. 

The family would love to see the project completed in his memory by his birthday March 27th... he would have been 37 years old. 

San Diego, we need YOUR help! Landscaping companies...garden centers ...if you know anyone that can help us in completing Horace's project please contact us at: kramer@channel933.com

Thanks again to our good friends Batta Fulkerson for helping us Make Happiness Happen!

 
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Kramer and Geena Mornings

Steve Kramer and Geena the Latina host one of the top rated and most entertaining shows in San Diego. Tune in to Channel 93.3 FM weekdays 6-10am for lots of laughs, gossip, and hit music. Read more

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