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Auction for David Gilmore | Southeast Missouri Family Photographer


Last week, beloved educator and coach, David Gilmore, was diagnosed with leukemia. He is currently fighting for his life in St. Louis, with his wife, Rachel, and his family by his side. He is a devoted husband, a loving father, a great friend to many, and a deeply loved and respected man. He is a graduate of the Hayti High School graduating Class of 1990. For almost two decades, David has been part of the local education systems, including Hayti, Caruthersville, and Kennett, as well as coaching local football teams to many wins and state tournaments. I have personally known David since I was a little girl, and have known his wonderful wife for over ten years, as we used to attend the same church. His oldest daughter, Payton, watches my children for me.

As a way of helping David and his family during this time, I am donating a full session up to $1,000, which includes the session fee as well. Bidding will start at $500 and will increase in $10 increments, but you can bid any amount you wish over the $10 requirement. If the winning bid goes over $2,000, I will include all of the digital files from your session (valued at $1,800). The total winning bid will be given to David & Rachel to use in whatever way they need. Auction begins Thursday, January 7, 2016 and will end on Thursday, January 14, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. Please share this, and please consider bidding on this auction to give back to a man who has given to so many.

You can do this, Big Man! We are all praying for you! ‪#‎ONEMOREVICTORY‬

Bidding must take place on the image pinned to the top of my Facebook page, so make sure you comment with your bid amount on that image only.

**This session must be used by November 1, 2017. Cannot be used towards current booked sessions. Winning bidder must pay for session within 24 hours of winning. If no payment is received, the 2nd place bidder will be contacted. Non-transferable and not redeemable for cash. 

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