Do­na­tions help Natanya’s chil­dren

The Bay Chronicle - - FRONT PAGE - STAFF RE­PORTER

More than $8200 has been raised via a Givealit­tle page to help the daugh­ters of Natanya Cam­pell, who was trag­i­cally killed in Whangarei.

Natanya, 37, and her mother Wendy Campbell-Rodgers, 60, were shot dead by Quinn Pat­ter­son dur­ing a rou­tine prop­erty in­spec­tion at the house he was rent­ing on July 26.

The Givealit­tle page was set up by a fam­ily friend to raise money for Natanya’s four girls, aged be­tween three and 19.

‘‘This page has been set up to help as­sist the girls with fu­ture ed­u­ca­tional costs en­abling them to achieve their fu­ture goals and to show that whilst their mother and grand­mother may have gone they are not for­got­ten and much loved.’’

Natanya lived in ru­ral Mitim­iti un­til mov­ing to Whangarei three years ago. She had only re­cently joined her mother at work to pro­vide for her daugh­ters.

They worked as prop­erty in­spec­tors and had ar­rived at Pat­ter­son’s house on the morn­ing of July 26 to carry out re­pairs. Po­lice are con­tin­u­ing to in­ves­ti­gate.

Natanya was farewelled at a pri­vate tangi in the Hokianga on Au­gust 1. Wendy was farewelled by fam­ily and friends in Whangarei on Au­gust 2.

To do­nate visit givealit­ cause/cause­for­camp­bell­girls

Natanya and Wendy Campbell.

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