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|November 6, 2003
Holland, Director of Communications
SUPERIOR COURT PROBATION DEPARTMENT CONDUCTS DRIVE
TO ASSIST TWO EMPLOYEES STRUCK BY TRAGEDY
Superior Court Probation Department is conducting a drive
for clothing, household items, and non-perishable food for
two employees who recently lost everything they owned to
two separate devastating fires.
apartment of a Suffolk Superior Probation Department employee
was destroyed by a October 24th fire. The belongings
of the employee and her children were damaged, leaving them
with just the clothes on their back, according to Chief Probation
Officer Sandy Stillwell.
Another employee returned
home last week to discover the death of her elderly mother caused by a fire and
her home of many years completely destroyed.
is a very sad situation for two families to find themselves
in so close to the holidays. We are conducting a drive to
help lessen their burden. We would like to invite other court
employees as well as those outside of the state system to
participate in this drive," said Stillwell.
information on how to donate items or to volunteer to participate
in the drive, contact First Assistant Chief Probation
Officer Linda Owens at 617-788-7241 or Chief
Probation Officer Sandy Stillwell at 617-788-7255.