Robertson Insurance Associates Launches New Charity Campaign to Help Provide for Local Family in Crisis

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Robertson Insurance Associates of greater Gainesville, VA, initiates a new charity campaign to support the needs of a local family devastated by loss. The sudden death of Dwayne Kougher, a local husband and father of two, has left his family in dire need of economic assistance.

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I can’t imagine...trying to grieve for a beloved husband and father while facing...uncertainty of how to pay the funeral expenses – let alone facing the future without the breadwinner of the family. These good people need help with expenses immediately...

Robertson Insurance Associates, serving families of northern Virginia from offices in Gainesville, has announced the latest beneficiary of their ongoing community enrichment program. The current campaign fundraises for a local family devastated by the sudden death of the head of the family. Donations to the Kougher family may now be made here: https://www.gofundme.com/kdrw88fq.

A hard-working father of two, James Dwayne Kougher died suddenly on the day of the big snowstorm which occurred January 22, 2016. He leaves behind his wife, Rebecca and their two children, Elizabeth and Aaron. The family was waiting for Dwayne to join them for a walk, when the children went inside and found their father lying on the kitchen floor. Rebecca administered CPR while Elizabeth called 911, but no one was able to revive him. Having just started a new job, Dwayne was not eligible for life insurance.

“This is a perfect example of why we created our Community Program,” said Rick Robertson, owner of Robertson Insurance Associates. “I can’t imagine the horror of trying to grieve for a beloved husband and father while facing the economic uncertainty of how to pay the funeral expenses – let alone facing the future without the breadwinner of the family. These good people need help with expenses immediately, and we’re happy to help in whatever way possible.”

The Robertson team is hard at work promoting the campaign for the Kougher family through various channels, including featuring the campaign in their monthly magazine. Our Hometown is delivered to thousands of households in Gainesville and surrounding communities and has reserved a full page to feature the initiative. The electronic Flipbook version of the magazine’s current issue may be accessed here: http://www.robertsoninsuranceva.com/Our-Hometown-Magazine_41.

The agency itself has pledged to donate $10 to the Kougher family for each and every referral they receive for an insurance quote, with no purchase necessary. Readers wishing to join Robertson Insurance in supporting this local family in their time of need may refer a friend or make a donation themselves here: http://www.robertsoninsuranceva.com/Helping-A-Family-Who-Lost-A-Father_24_community_cause. Contributors may be acknowledged for their donations in a future issue of Our Hometown magazine.

Robertson Insurance Associates just recently launched their master charity program, committing to select a new local organization, family or individual every two months to receive their support. Information on past campaigns supported by Robertson Insurance may be found at http://www.robertsoninsuranceva.com/community-cause. To learn more about the agency, readers may visit http://www.robertsoninsuranceva.com/.

About Robertson Insurance Associates

Serving the families of northern Virginia from offices in Gainesville, Robertson Insurance is a locally owned and operated, full service agency whose mission is simple: to provide the finest insurance and financial services in the industry, while delivering consistently superior service. Rick Robertson and his team of caring professionals believe in protecting all the things which are most important to their clients (their families, homes, cars and more), and in helping to prepare long-term strategies to enable financial security and success. The dedicated experts at Robertson Insurance may be reached by calling 571-248-6464.

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