In memory of Robert…..
The board of directors and staff of the Central California Family Crisis Center are deeply saddened by the loss of our long-time board member Robert Krase. For well over 37 years Robert has always been there for us. Many times, he has helped us through difficult situations with his professional knowledge and wisdom, guiding the agency for years. We will truly miss him, Mickie Manning, President of the Board of Directors
“We have lost a most beloved member of our Board and our community.” Robert Krase devoted countless hours to our agency over the years and had a true desire to serve the underserved in our community, more specifically victims of domestic violence and the homeless. He made many valuable contributions to our agency with his exceptional devotion which is unsurpassed and sincerely appreciated. Robert leaves behind a legacy of love in the Family Crisis Center and is easily measured by his generous gift of his time and attention, integrity, inspiration, patience, trust and kindness. Robert always provided encouragement and support, and he will be dearly missed. Our sincerest condolences to his loved ones, as they will be in our thoughts and prayers, Mary Culver Executive Director.
Betty Luna, Director of Shelter Operations remembers Robert as “an amazing person with a heart of gold”. His love for the Family Crisis Center was enormous. Any time he saw a need he would reach out to those who he could count on to help with donations, or to volunteer their time. His devotion and commitment to helping those in need meant everything to him. “Robert believed in the cause of helping victims of domestic violence and homelessness, he was the Family Crisis Center’s inspiration when it came to giving back to his and our beloved Shelter.” He will be sadly missed but never be forgotten for his hard work and dedication in his endless hours of volunteer time for the Family Crisis Center.
We at the Family Crisis Center were all saddened to hear of Pegge Wall’s passing. She was a very generous and kind woman, not only to our agency but many in our community. She will be greatly missed.