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Trust fund set up at Vancity to support Julie Paskall's family

Julie Paskall, 53, died Tuesday (Dec. 31) from injuries suffered after an attack outside Newton Arena Dec. 29. - File Photo
Julie Paskall, 53, died Tuesday (Dec. 31) from injuries suffered after an attack outside Newton Arena Dec. 29.
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A trust fund has been set up to accept public donations to assist the family of murdered Surrey mother Julie Paskall.

All Vancity Credit Union branches will accept donations marked for “Paskall Family Trust.”

Julie Paskall was found severely injured in the Newton Recreation Centre parking lot on Sunday, Dec. 29, the victim of a vicious assault while she was waiting to pick up her son after hockey. Paskall  died in hospital on Tuesday, Dec. 31.

Paskall leaves behind a 14-year-old son,  two adult daughters and her husband Al Paskall.

The trust fund will be used to support the family during this difficult time and cover additional expenses, according to Bill Hoadley, a family friend and co-worker of Al Paskall.

Hoadley says the family is deeply grieving the tragedy but wanted to express their thanks to the community for its support.

Surrey RCMP and the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) continue their investigation and anyone with information can call call the IHIT Tipline at 1-877-551-4448 by email at ihittipline@rcmp-grc.gc.ca. Tips can also be left anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or you can leave a tip on their website at www.Solvecrime.ca

For more information on donations, contact Bill Hoadley at 778-987-0137 or Bill Tieleman at 778-896-0964 (cell) or 604-844-7827.

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