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Benefit To Help Pay For Funeral Expenses For Hillary Deckard
Updated May 7, 2014 6:47 AM
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(BEDFORD) - Hillary Deckard of Bedford was only 27 when she suddenly passed away at her home a month ago.

There is not viable explanation for her death.

Her aunt, Natalie Lichtefeld, has organized a fundraiser to help pay for funeral expenses and to provide assistance for Hillary's daughters Kenzley and Karley.

The event is Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at Mr. Gatti's in Bedford.

Gatti's will donate 20 percent of money derived from the sale of buffets and game tokens to the fund. The same is true for pizzas purchased via the drive-through.

Customers need to inform the cashier of their intention to donate to Hillary's fund.

Hillary also left behind her parents, Steven and Bridget Deckard; her sister, Sara and her longtime boyfriend Billy Boler, who worked alongside her at Golden Corral.

Gatti's will donate 20 percent of money derived from the sale of buffets and game tokens to the fund. The same is true for pizzas purchased via the drive-through.

Customers need to inform the cashier of their intention to donate to Hillary's fund.



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