Spring Grove relatives loses dwelling and pet to fireplace church asks neighborhood to support

A household who lost their Spring Grove house to a devastating fire Monday night time is known for encouraging other individuals, but they now come across on their own in require of their neighbors’ guidance, in accordance to their pastor.

Chris and Tiffany Sauer and their 3-12 months-aged son, Zachary, are keeping with a neighbor for the time currently being, said Pastor Alison Kurland of Spring Grove’s St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, in which the Sauers are parishioners.

“They misplaced almost everything,” Kurland mentioned, like their cat. “It was a kitchen area hearth and the roof collapsed. They were in a position to get out of the home, luckily for us.”

Though the Central Pennsylvania chapter of the Larger Pennsylvania Area of the American Pink Cross will be supporting the loved ones, the latest lousy temperature coupled with COVID-19 concerns intended that hadn’t took place as of Tuesday, in accordance to a Pink Cross spokesperson.

The Spring Grove home of Tiffany and Chris Sauer was destroyed by fire on Feb. 1, 2021. They and son Zachary lost everything, according to Pastor Alison Kurland of St. Paul Lutheran Church, who is organizing ways to help the Sauers.

Life span of belongings absent: “We want to support our family members in want in no matter what way we can, to restore their lives,” she mentioned. “They shed an complete life time truly worth of things.”

Chris and Tiffany Sauer are superior men and women who have served other folks, which include on a regular basis donating to the foodstuff pantry at St. Paul Lutheran and visiting an aged church member who won’t get out considerably, Kurland reported.