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May 24, 2013

Forgotten storm victims

With focus on Granbury and Oklahoma, southern Parker County residents left largely to fend for themselves


Wallace said it could take about six to eight dumpsters just to remove Hartley and Penny’s house and dumpsters are expensive.

Fence and roof repair are also issues.

The volunteers could use donations of shingles, as well, Wallace said.

How to help

Those interested in donating time, money or needed items can contact Bear Creek Community Church at or can contact Wallace directly at or (817) 913-8952.

A fund has also been set up with Chase Bank under the name Farah Alexia Hartley to help with the cost of dumpsters and getting the family back on their feet.

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