The Wellington Street West fire, Sunday April 25, 2021, put Sherianne Pelletier in the Intensive Care Unit after she was pulled out of the blaze by Sault Fire Services.
She lost everything in that fire according to her daughter Taryn and is starting her long road to recovery.
According to her family yesterday she pulled out her intubation tube on her own which would be par for the course.
“Currently, she is in the ICU at the Sault Area Hospital where she is fighting for recovery. For those of us who know Sherianne, we know that she is a tough person. She is the fiercest individual that I know. As much as we know and admire her strength and resilience, we also know that she is so full of life,” says Taryn in the GoFundMe description.
“She loves easily and fully, she is a protective of those she cares about and always goes above and beyond to care for others in times of need. It is time for us now to care for her.”
Her family hopes to raise money for a new apartment, laptop so she can go back to work, clothes and other everyday items she will need when she is released from hospital.
Sherianne has volunteered many hours in the community and Taryn hopes the community will find it in their hearts to help her out.
“She still has so much to offer us, to teach us and to share with us. She still has a life ahead of her for her to grow, to be loved, and to love others,” said Taryn.
“We would like to thank everyone for their kind words, their prayers, and their well wishes for Sherianne at this time and would like to thank you in advance from the fullness of my heart all the support being shown to help her rebuild and recover.”
If you would like to donate the link to the GoFundMe is here.
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