GoFundMe Created for Children of Pastor and Wife Killed In Car Crash


ODESSA, TX --  After tragically losing their parents in a car accident, a GoFundMe fundraiser has been set up for the children of Pastor Kenny Comstock and his wife Melissa.  Pastor Kenny and Melissa were killed in a head-on crash on their way to Ruidoso. The couple's children, ages 6, 4, and 1, survived the crash.

According to The Kenny & Melissa Comstock Foundation, the couple tied the knot on January 5, 2008.

"Kenny and Melissa made the people around them feel accepted, loved, and important. They had a way of welcoming and caring for every single person they encountered. They loved their three children, Natalie (6), Camden (4), and Carver (1) passionately. They loved being with their family and traveling. They would often combine those two passions by taking family trips as often as they could."

The funds collected through the GoFundMe will directly benefit the three children.

"From personal needs to college funds, this GoFundMe will cover these precious children, and many others through the foundation, for the rest of their lives," said the foundation. "Your giving will allow the incredible work Kenny and Melissa started with Education, Orphan Care, and Missions to continue through the lives of their children and beyond."

In one day the foundation has raised over $56,000, reaching half of the $100,000 goal set.

"Thank you so much for generously giving to this GoFundMe. You are providing for the needs of Natalie, Camden, and Carver as well as continuing the incredible work that Kenny and Melissa committed their lives to. Your gift will forever change the lives of these children and so many others. This fund allows them to never forget the amazing life and mission that their parents began."

To donate to the Comstock Family click on the link below: https://bit.ly/3l8xxWN

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