Go fund me page below, please consider donating. I cannot imagine losing a child, especially unexpectedly at such a young age. We are donating, and would like to ask anyone that is able to donate, even a few dollars, to do so. This is an official go fund me sponsored by the career department, volunteer department, and family.
On November 5, 2016, eleven year old Jessica Rose Genovese passed away. She was diagnosed with meningitis encephalitis and flown to CHOP Friday to start aggressive treatments. Unfortunately they were not successful.
This is a parents worse nightmare. She is survived by her parents, John & Laura Genovese and her siblings, Julie & Joey.
This page is started by Monsignor Donovan's class of 1990 to raise funds to help the family with funeral expenses, medical bills and whatever the family may need during this time.
Please donate what you can. No amount is too small.
Thank you in advance, your donation is greatly appreciated. Please keep the family in your prayers as they try and navigate through this devestaing tragedy.
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The Toms River Fire Company #1, Joint Base MDL Fire Department Local F-313 and the Racanelli Family are sad to inform everyone of the loss of a very young child, who was only in the Sixth Grade. Her name is Jessica Genovese and she is survived by two siblings, Joey and Julie and her parents, John and Laura.
Her family is devastated by the sudden and unexpected loss. We have set up this page to assist them in their time of need to offer love and support while easing their financial burdens.
Please donate what you can and if you cannot, please keep them in your prayers. It is unimagineable for parents to have to bury a small child and we cannot even begin to understand how they must be feeling.
May their little Angel Jessica Rest in Peace.
We really appreciate this, we are a local family who was affected by some things and couldn't begin to convey the amazing things that some amazing people like yourself did to come and help us. We are simply hoping we can help them in any way possible in their time of need.
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