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Community Responds to Family’s Tragic Loss

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There has been an outpouring of love and support by the community after a Mansfield family lost their youngest child in a faultless tragedy.

Three month old baby Noah died on Sunday, August 16. Parents Jon and Abigale Trejo have understandably felt great loss and continue to mourn the death of their child. The couple also have two other children, Zayden and Jonathan Carter.

The community has come to the aid of the bereaving family. Area churches have provided food, and many residents have made item and monetary donations.

Also providing aid, the Huntington and Mansfield Police Department. The two departments teamed up with Levi’s Diesel and Auto Repair in Fort Smith. Mechanics Darren Anderson and Joshua Huskey donated parts and labor to repair the family’s vehicle.

“We have an amazing community with people who are quick to rise to the occasion,” shared Mansfield Police Officer Kelly Perez. “I’m blessed to work in such a place!”

The Trejo family is extremely appreciative of the outpouring of love by the community. “We couldn’t be more thankful for all the assistance we have received,” stated Abigale Trejo. “Thank you to everyone who helped with our Jeep, it really does mean a lot. We appreciate it so much!”

Mechanics at Levi’s Diesel and Auto Repair working on the Trejo’s vehicle.
Mechanics Darren Anderson and Joshua Huskey donated parts and labor to repair the family’s vehicle.
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