Kate Durré is a Production Manager for Repurposed Material at DC Comics in Burbank. She and her husband recently purchased what they saw as their dream home. Yesterday, however, it fell victim to the Creek Canyon fires raging thru Southern California. What’s left of their home is pictured. Her friends have started a GoFundMe site to help them “stay safe and warm, get back on their feet, and help restore what can be of their dream home.” As the crowdfunding appeal says “ they have nothing but the clothes on their backs.”
Those contributing include Steven Seagle, Scott Snyder and Steve Orlando.
If you want to help as well, you can do so here.
Kate and Jonathan Durre recently purchased what was to become their dream home. I have never seen two people put more effort and heart into the crafting of a home.
As it happens fate is sometimes cruel. December 6th, 2017 it was confirmed that Kate and Jon’s home fell victim to the Creek Canyon fires raging thru Southern California. What’s left of their home is pictured.
We, her friends and colleagues at DC Entertainment (Burbank, CA), are reaching out for support to help them stay safe and warm, get back on their feet, and help restore what can be of their dream home. All monies raised will be given directly to Kate and Jonathan to buy whatever necessities they need to rebuild their home/life since they have nothing but the clothes on their backs.
Many thanks to all who help or donate.
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