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The helmet, bunker coat and boots of fallen firefighter Mark Haudenschild II were displayed at the Washington Township Fire Department on Wednesday.

Memorial fund to aid Haudenschild family

Statement as issued Wednesday by 3Rivers in Fort Wayne:

Fort Wayne, IN – 3Rivers has set up a Memorial Fund to directly benefit the wife and two small children of fallen Fort Wayne Firefighter, Mark Haudnenschild II, who died on November 11th in the line of duty.

People wishing to support the Haudenschild family may stop in to any of 3Rivers 18 locations in Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio to make a deposit into The Haudenschild Family Memorial Fund. 100% of all donations made will go directly to the Haudenschild family.

“Mrs. Haudenschild is one of our valued 3Rivers employees, and this is just one way we can show our love and support to her and her children during this very difficult time,” said Jim Johnson, Vice President of Member Relations. “The outpouring of support from the community in response to this tragedy has been amazing and we want to make it easy for them to help the family.”

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