June 13, 2024


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Greene residents selling lightbulbs for family who lost child in house fire

GREENFIELD — Greene County residents are increasing money in honor of an infant who missing her daily life in a fire previous week.

Eleven-thirty day period-old Danika Alderfer died in a property fire in Greenfield. She is the daughter of Greenfield Law enforcement officer Nate Alderfer and Greenfield Alderman Kari Alderfer. 

The fireplace Thursday at 1003 Eco-friendly St. also claimed the life of 77-calendar year-old Nancy L. Hillis. 3 others within the home at the time were being able to get out, but 1 resident endured smoke inhalation.

Morgan Vinyard and Morgan Coffey of Greenfield are advertising pink porch light-weight bulbs for $20 to clearly show their assist for the Alderfers. All proceeds will go towards producing the Danika Alderfer Hearth Avoidance and Protection Software for university-aged children, for each the family’s needs. 

Vinyard and Coffey are hoping to increase $20,000. They are also inquiring anyone who purchases a bulb to gentle them up on April 16, what would have been Danika’s very first birthday. As of Tuesday, Vinyard mentioned they were about halfway to their purpose.

Vinyard very first approached Coffey with the thought of elevating dollars for the Alderfers. She mentioned they equally have “a heart for aiding folks” and were being even more determined by their shared motherhood.

“We are unable to think about what it would be like to be in the Alderfer’s footwear,” Vinyard said. “We want them to know they are liked and supported by their local community.”

The lightbulbs can be picked up in Carrollton or Greenfield with supply and set up selections also offered. Orders can be placed by calling Vinyard on Fb at morgan.r.smith.1 or Coffey on Facebook at morgan.weller2.