Friends and family members of Patricia Kearns, who was killed in a tragic house fire last week, have established a memorial fund to help her family who was made homeless by the fire.
Kearns was the only fatality in a house fire that occurred at 1273 Hick Hardy Road on the border between Nicholas and Harrison counties.
Not only did the fire claim Kearns’ life, it also left her husband, daughter Hannah Callahan, son-in-law and two grandsons homeless. The home was a complete loss.
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