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Cincinnati firm establishes recovery fund for hospitalized employee

By Danielle Lee
November 8, 2012

Cincinnati accounting firm Barnes Dennig has set up a recovery fund for senior staff accountant Nancy Blaut, who was involved an accident Sept. 30 with family members Dan and Chris that took her husband’s life and left her fighting for her own.

The firm established the fund with the goal of helping their “work family” member “in some small way” and providing greater resources to her during her recovery and rehabilitation.

Donations to the fund will help with the resources she might require, such as physical therapy, wheelchairs and modifications for mobility. They are not tax deductible but a “gift to a friend in need.”

Those that wish to donate can do so here, and track her progress via her Caring Bridge page. (The firm notes that the donate button on that site goes to Caring Bridge and not Nancy.)



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