10 February 2013

KingCast and Alpha Graphics Say: Let's Join Together To Help A Family Recover and Rebuild After Fire Tragedy.





A recent tragedy has hit one of our dearest members of the Alphagraphics team. Christopher Husband and his 5 year old boy, were severely burned in a home fire on Sunday night, February 3rd. He ran into burning flames to do what any great father would do, and risked his life to save his child. 

They are both undergoing intensive care, and it will be a long painful road to recovery. His loving wife (and mommy-to-be) Cynthia Etienne is strongly standing by their sides. We here at Alphagraphics Providence are reaching out to ask for your help and support. We have a benefit fund set up to help with the extensive recovery and rebuilding that lies ahead for this family. 

We ask that you join us in offering prayers, and help out in any way you can. All donations can be made to: Christopher Husband Benefit Account to any Bank RI location, to Alphagraphics at 20 Westminster Street, Providence RI 02903 or through PayPal by following this link:

That having been said as the official release from Alpha Graphics as supplied to me, I am going to go a bit further to explain why this is so important to all of us:
I have only met Christopher Husband on one major occasion, and it involved my First Circuit Federal Appellate Brief and Appendix in the First Amendment, Free Press lawsuit KingCast v. Kelly Ayotte, NH GOP and Nashua PD. The production of this brief and I am not going into the specifics right now, those of you interested can follow the link but please do so only AFTER you hit the PayPal link. Chris, his son and his wife come first, but it is important to know that he is a consummate professional who knows the meaning of customer service. I have no direct affiliation with the Paypal or with Alpha Graphics, I am just a guy with the means to try to help and that is what I must do. In my heart of hearts I know he would do the same for me, and that is what life is all about.

There is a reason Christopher Husband's picture is blurry: He's always in motion, being an exemplary employee. If everyone in America worked as hard and as smart as this man, the World would be a much better place for all of us.

Do the Right Thing.

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