Tag Archive: Susan Cox Powell Foundation

Jun 29

The website is now back on line

A thousand Pardons.   Due to my error, the website has been down for at least 2 weeks.  I have taken steps to ensure that it does not happen again.  Hopefully this message will get to those of you that have followed this site. In an effort to make it easier for people to remember and find …

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Dec 03

Angel Statue Almost there

Work continues on the Angel Statue at Woodbine Cemetery in Puyallup, Washington, which will honor all of the Children that have left this life early to return home.   It looks like this Angel Statue (the 101st if I counted correctly) will be completed in time to be unveiled and dedicated for this year’s December 6, Annual …

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Nov 29

Susan’s Song Update

Update:   We have just contracted with a company to produce a limited quantity of two disc packages, containing a CD with Susan’s Song “A Dream Away” and a DVD of the Video for the Song.  We hope to be able to offer these at the up coming Michael McLean, “Forgotten Carols” concert, December 18th at Cottonwood …

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Nov 05

Tears Foundation, Charlie and Braden Project

The Tears Foundation, provides financial help to families that suffer the loss of a child 12 months old or younger.  During their time of grief, funeral expenses are not what they need to worry about.  The Tears Foundation is headquartered in Puyallup. The death of Charlie and Braden Powell impacted the entire community, state and the world.  …

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Nov 05

Christmas Box Angel for Charlie and Braden

A Christmas Box Angel, from the Richard Paul Evans book and movie “The Christmas Box” has been purchased using funds donated by the public.  Ed Troyer a Pierce County Deputy and Pierce County Sheriff Paul Pastor were the first to act in purchasing the grave sites adjacent to Charlie and Braden to prevent Josh Powell their murder from being …

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Nov 05

Foundation Update

The Foundation has established this new website, and is continuing to develop it.  It remains our hope to do all we can to provide assistance to those undergoing the personal trials from the loss of a loved one, from Domestic Abuse, violent crime or other causes.  We remain resolute to fighting domestic violence, and will continue …

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