Hello Friends and Family,
As most know, my cousin passed away in a tragic car accident early Sunday morning, Father's Day. My family was caught completely off guard and we are not at all prepared to deal with this. I don't even know where to start to help my family. God directed me here and has called me to step up and get involved, however I am so hurt and lost I dont even know where to start. A couple months back my friend had raised money for her sick mother here. It then occured to me this is where I need to go in this situation.
Sergio Carlos Escalera was only 23. He was such a loving guy. For most of you who knew him knew he'd do anything to help you. He never judged anyone, instead he wished everyone well. Sergio always wore a smile. He was always chill and enjoyed family and friends time. He loved hanging out with his friends. He loved his family. He noticed our family drifting apart and always was saddened by it and always wishing we'd come back together like he remembered in his childhood. All the cousins were a pack. We were all raised close together. Every weekend family BBQ and the cousins were always together. We definitely loss someone in our pack and it will never be the same. He loved so unconditionally. God always takes the best from us and we don't know why. Please pray for his Parents and his brothers who are devastated and are grieving.
Im turning to you, Sergio's extended family and friends. Our family is in great need of help. Sergio deserves a proper burial. However our family doesn't have the funds. The costs are so high and we aren't even close. We are asking for donations from you, friends, friends of friends. Anyone capable of helping would be greatly appreciated. Wheteher it be money, or simply passing along the word and sharing this website. Any amount would help. A little from everyone can go a long way. I believe in God and I have faith that he will call upon those who are capable of helping and he is taking care of my cousin as we speak.
Thanks to all of you for taking the time to read this:
May God Bless you,
The Escalera family