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McKenzie Mott's Family Releases Statement

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Statement from the Mott Family:

· "McKenzie Mott's tragic end is the stone that the Lord has thrown into the pond of life we all live in, and its ripples have touched all of us in this community in some way.

· The Mott Family would like to acknowledge and thank the Spokane community, the Central Valley School District family, the University High School family, the Central Valley High family, soccer family, friends and relatives for their outpouring of love, care and support. We are so blessed to be a part of this community.

· We would also like to send our thoughts and prayers to the Freier and Maher Family during this difficult time."

Memorial Service & Burial

A public memorial service for McKenzie Mott will take place on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Spokane Valley (3606 S. Schafer Rd). It will be followed by a reception. A burial service will take place late Saturday afternoon at St. Joseph's Cemetery (17825 E. Trent) in Spokane Valley.

Donations

 

If you wish to make a donation in memory of McKenzie Mott, the family says you can do so by sending a donation to the Redeemer Lutheran Church - Vacation Bible School (3606 S Schafer Rd - Spokane Valley, WA 99206) - where McKenzie and Josie Freier solidified their friendship, shared their passion for the Lord and loved to help children. You can do this individually or through the McKenzie Mott Memorial Fund at any area Washington Trust Bank branch.

 

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