Family of seven seeks clothing, donations after house fire

A Norwalk family that was burned out of its home is looking for a new residence, clothing and monetary donations. The family includes six youngsters.
Aaron Krause
Oct 5, 2012
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The Cordle family, who recently lost their home to a fire, could use clothing and monetary donations.

The family, which includes six youngsters, also needs a three- to four-bedroom house. Kathry Cordle, who is looking for a part-time job, can afford $700 to $800 a month.

The family, which did not have insurance, had been renting the house at 85 Milan Ave. They lost all of their possessions in the Sept. 25 fire. (NOTE - To see pictures of the fire, click HERE.)

The following are the sizes of clothing the family needs:

Size 6 plus to size 8 for a 2-year-old girl.

Size 15 to 17 for a 15-year-old girl for pants and extra large in shirts

Sizes 5 to 6 and 8 to 10 for four boys.

Woman's size 1 to 2 for pants and small shirts

Men's size 29 to 34 for pants with medium to large shirts.

The boys enjoy superhero items, including Spiderman and the girls enjoy baby dolls and Bubble Guppies.

The family also needs household items and their hotel room paid for.

If you wish to donate, please call Janet or Natasha Filsinger at (419) 681-0952 or (419) 681-3267 or stop by their home at 205 Williams Ave.

You may also call Melissa at (567) 424-6543 or drop off items at 46 Milan Ave.