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November 10, 2005 by Isaac Hovet

Dear All:

Many of you have recieved an email from Donia already…

We had our 1991 Toyota Camry (our 1 car) stolen from our apartment complex last night. In it (although typically we don’t leave items in our car) were:

  • 2 Car Seats
  • Several DVD’s/VHS Tapes (belonging to local library/Blockbuster)
  • Isaac’s Dell 8600 Laptop (value appx $2000) with 2 years of work on it
  • New Stroller (value $130) (replaced our older, nicer one that Southwest Air ruined on a trip to SAC)
  • Donia’s Purse (Containing DL, Credit Cards, Debit Card, TAX REFUND CHECK, checkbook, etc)

We don’t have full coverage (only liability)…

We ask each of you to pray…there are several loose ends…

We are trusting the Lord…


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