John Johnson (L) was presented a cheque for $500 for the Pinkut Lake Tragedy Fund by Marley Neville.

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The cheque donation is Marley’s way of paying it forward after the fund helped in the search for her husband.

John Johnson (L) was presented a cheque for $500 for the Pinkut Lake Tragedy Fund by Marley Neville.

Marley is the widow of Syd Neville, who tragically died after him and his nephew were caught out on Francois Lake in a storm last June.

The Pinkut Lake Tragedy Fund helps to support the families of tragedies in the Lake District area, and has helped the families of the Babine Forest Products sawmill explosion and in the search and rescue attempt for Syd Neville.

The cheque donation is Marley’s way of paying it forward after the fund helped in the search for her husband.

 

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