Columbia, SC – Serve & Connect Founder and CEO, Kassy Alia, is issuing the following statement:
“Corporal Dale Hallman was a hero to his community and to his family. The loss they face ahead is unimaginable. We hope to ease this burden by raising money to support his wife, unborn daughter and two young step sons. We hope that each donation – no matter how large or small – shows the Hallman family how loved they are during this dark time. We are honored to do all that we can to remember his heroic life of service.”
Serve & Connect has started a GoFundMe account to the family of Corporal Dale Hallman.
You can also access the fundraiser via our website.
Kassy is the widow of Officer Greg Alia, a Police Officer with the Forest Acres Police Department that was killed in the line of duty on September 30, 2015. Since Greg’s death, Serve & Connect (previously Heroes In Blue) has raised over $300,000 for officer line of duty deaths.
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