Help for Funeral Costs of Penny Iriaka
This is to clear the Funeral Debt of Penny for her son, which was unexpectedly received from Baycorp in his name.Auckland
On the 30th October 2018 we unexpectedly lost Penny causing tremendous heartbreak.
Sadly, due to the decisions of her partner, her children who were not the recipients of her financial estate have been left with the heavy burden of her funeral debt which is adding to the grief of losing a parent.
Despite countless efforts to rectify the situation with her partner, this debt has now gone to Baycorp in her sons’ name. It was a battle in itself to gain access to her belongings without the added pressure of having to bear the burden of her funeral costs. This is to raise the funds to pay for the Funeral costs that her son has unknowingly inherited and something his Mother would despise. At the time of her death her son was 19 and her daughter was 17.
*To those who donated koha at the time of Penny’s passing we offer our sincerest apologies that unbeknownst to the family and Penny’s closest friends some of those funds were not used by the individual who received them for the purpose you intended.
We do not wish to use this page to slander this person in any way as it detracts from our main purpose which is to help her children but, if you wish to know more then please feel free to contact us.
All funds will be paid to Aroha (Damians aunty) on behalf of Damian.
He aroha whakatō, he aroha puta mai.
If kindness is sown, then kindness you shall receive
Stacey Kendall's involvement (page creator)
We have been involved with the Whānau of Penny in regards to her Estate. Unfortunately this is something we have to do. She is a beloved friend of ours and in no way would she see her son in this circumstance
Use of funds
All funds will go towards relieving the burden of the Funeral Bill of $5,700 as @ the time of writing. Our intention is to clear this bill for her son as he does not need this hanging over him.
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This page was created on 11 Jun 2019 and closed on 14 Jun 2019.