Tag: Charlie

Dec 13

“A Dream Away” CD/DVD commemorative Set

We are pleased to now have this complete CD/DVD “Commemorative Set” available.  The set includes Susan’s Song ,”A Dream Away” performed by Jessie Funk and written by Camilyn Morrison on CD, and a DVD with the slide show video set to the same peaceful, inspiring song “A Dream Away” .  (Here is a link to the video on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdDoB49-lJM)  …

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Nov 13

Woodbine Cemetary Angel Update

We have approval for the site plan, work began this week.  Those who have volunteered their labor in design, construction, materials most of whom are providing services or materials at cost or as donations, tell us they intend to make this happen in time for the December 6th vigil.   We are very grateful for the community support that is making this happen.  Special Thanks …

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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

Charlie’s Dinosaur Project

A picture of a dinosaur drawn by Charlie Powell, age 3, possibly with the assistance of his mother Susan who is still missing, was discovered by two deputies. The two Pierce County deputies were the same ones that officially informed Chuck and Judy Cox that Charlie and Braden had died in the fire set by Josh Powell, they …

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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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