Concert fundraiser at Prescott Promenade helps local family with medical expenses

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A family portrait feels forever ripped apart, missing something—missing a member of the family.

The Noble family of Ramona, William and Sherie, daughter Destiny, 21, and son William, 7, are missing their sister Bella, a 5-year-old killed in a tragic, home mishap in the fall of 2013.

A family portrait feels forever ripped apart, missing something—missing a member of the family.

The Noble family of Ramona, William and Sherie, daughter Destiny, 21, and son William, 7, are missing their sister Bella, a 5-year-old killed in a tragic, home mishap in the fall of 2013.

On March 15, at the El Cajon Prescott Promenade, Alexis Frost, event coordinator with the Downtown El Cajon Business Partners, was busy coordinating a Bella Noble Benefit Concert to help defray the Noble families remaining medical expenses.

This event went all out with bands, a bounce house slide, and booths with offerings from Frost Fashions, Nana’s Heavenly Hot Dogs, and more during the 11 a.m.-5 p.m. events. Opportunity drawings for items like a guitar donated from Taylor Guitars were on display near a table with pictures of little Bella.

William Noble said that emotional help came via the Jenna Druck Foundation and Dr. Ken Druck, himself, has offered them insight and guidance in how to deal with the loss of a child. A San Diegan, Jenna Druck, was killed in a bus accident while studying abroad. The Jenna Druck Foundation helps bereaving families cope with the loss of a child.  

“Family and friends have pulled together to celebrate her (Bella’s) life,” said Sherie Noble.

To donate and help the Noble family retire the medical expenses visit:  www.bellabenefit.com. To become involved in the Jenna Druck Foundation visit www.jennadruckcenter.org.

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