Fund set up to help infant’s family with funeral expenses

From Staff Reports

July 17, 2007 - A memorial fund has been set up at First Convenience Bank to assist the family of 2 1/2-month old Eathan Mitchell Martin with funeral expenses.

The infant, the son of Adam and Brandi Barrett Martin of Sulphur Springs, was found dead in his crib Sunday morning. The Dallas County Medical Examiner is investigating the cause of death.

The family had no insurance to cover funeral costs. 

Donations to assist the family with the funeral expenses may be made to the Eathan Mitchell Martin Memorial Fund at First Convenience Bank, located inside Wal-Mart.

If any money left over, the infant’s family will use the donations to purchase a tombstone, according to the child's grandfather.

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