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The Bella Noble Benefit Concert - when a family loses a child

Alexis Frost with the Downtown El Cajon Business Partners oversees the activites at the Bella Noble Benefit Concert
Alexis Frost with the Downtown El Cajon Business Partners oversees the activites at the Bella Noble Benefit Concert
Rebecca J. Williamson

Only old family portraits show "the family" together....new family portraits are missing a loved one....this is the life of the Noble family of Ramona, California.

Little 5-year-old Bella Noble was accidently killed when her mother, Sherie Noble, backed over her in a drive way accident several years back.

An unimaginable loss for a family. A guilt that is never likely to go away for the parent that accidently killed their own flesh and blood. This is the Noble family's situation.

Additionally, medical expenses remain. Alexis Frost, with the Downtown El Cajon Business Partners, helped to coordinate a benefit concert to help the Noble family (father William, sister Destiny, and brother William) retire some of these expenses.

On March 15th at the El Cajon, California's Prescott Promenade the event featured bands, opportunity drawings, food booths, and more.

Father, William Noble, said Dr. Ken Druck, who lost his daughter, Jenna Druck, in an accident while she was studying over-seas and established the Jenna Druck Foundation for parents who have lost a child, has been a key to their recovery. Druck has provided guidance and support as only a parent in this situation can.

To find our more ways to assist the Noble family in the future visit their website: www.bellabenefit.com.

If you need help yourself from having lost a child visit the Jenna Druck Foundation at: www.jennadruckcenter.org.