Benefit honors many who aided after tragedy
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 8 Oct 2009, p. 5


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Kimberly Fornek
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Fund raising benefit dinner was held Friday evening at Michigan Shores Club in Wilmette. The guests, members of First Presbyterian Church of Wilmette, police officials and social workers, gathered to raise money for the church's Fellowship Garden and community social service organizations.
On Feb. 28, church members Kathryn Wiley-Motes and her son, Christopher Motes, were murdered at home by her husband, Richard Wiley, who then killed himself. They lived in a house owned by the church. The house has been torn down and plans are underway to build a fellowhship garden in its place.

Photograph retired Wilmette Police Chief George Carpenter with current Chief, Brian King, his wife, Kathleen King and the Rev. Sarah Butter, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Wilmette. Photograph by Brett Nadal
Date of Publication:
8 Oct 2009
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First Presbyterian Church of Wilmette
Local identifier:
Wilmette.News.302210
Language of Item:
English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Benefit honors many who aided after tragedy


Full article available at Wilmette Public Library.