Shane Volpatti (left) and Peter Bernacki (right) were at the Revelstoke Credit Union last week while RCU CEO Roberta Bobicki placed $500 in a trust fund for Chris Miller.

Helping out Chris, Joanne & Regan

Trust fund started at Revelstoke Credit Union to help out family of Chris Miller, who is hospital after experiencing a stroke in January.

Shane Volpatti (left) and Peter Bernacki (right) were at the Revelstoke Credit Union last week while RCU CEO Roberta Bobicki placed $500 in a trust fund for Chris Miller. Miller had a stroke in January and he has been hospitalized ever since. A trust fund was set up at the credit union to help out his wife Joanne Lachance and daughter Regan while he recovers. Miller, who worked as an electrician with Canyon Industrial, was a very active snowmobiler and mountain biker. He is facing a lengthy recovery, friends say. To contribute to the Chris Miller Trust Fund, head to the Revelstoke Credit Union and place a donation in account 334459. As of last week, there was $1,350 in the account, including the $500 from the credit union. Alex Cooper/Revelstoke Times Review

 

 

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