Clayton Shaw

Donations needed

A trust has been set up to help the family of a teen who died suddenly and tragically.

  • Dec. 31, 2011 8:00 a.m.

A trust has been set up to help the family of a teen who died suddenly and tragically.

Friends and family of Clayton Shaw are asking for donations to get the family through this difficult time.

On the Facebook page, Please Help Us Support Clayton Shaw’s Family, this notice was posted: “(Kaitlin Jackson) and her family have recently endured the tragic loss of her son, Clayton.

“We want to provide the opportunity for Kaitlin to make sure she takes the time she needs for herself and her children.

“We are taking up a collection upon their behalf.”

Donations can be dropped off at Seto’s Wok & Grill, where Shaw’s mom works.

Those interested in donating can do so at the restaurant or the Scotia bank where a savings account — with the number 90290 02340 87 — was established in the name of  Erin Seto in trust for Kaitlin Jackson.

 

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