May 27, 2016 12:23 PM
Seacoast widows support each other, organize donation drive
HAMPTON — Kyle Jameson's widow received support this week from a woman whom has experienced this kind of tragedy firsthand.
Shelby Cormier lost her husband Peter to a heart attack last October, according to Seacoastonline.com. He was a North Hampton police officer.
Cormier started a donation drive this week for Christine Jameson and her family whom just lost Kyle to non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Donors are encouraged to give baby supplies, clothing, food, gift cards, and other items to help Jameson raise her son Liam. Donations can be dropped off at the Hampton fire headquarters at 140 Winnacunnet Road.
There is also a page called "Team Jameson Meal Drive" that Cormier created on SignUpGenius.com.
Cormier wanted to give to Jameson what others gave to her when she lost her husband and she was left to raise their 17-month-old twins, Booklyn and Logan.
Among those who helped Cormier in the last eight months were Peg Maloney, wife of late Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney, who was killed in the line of duty.
Firefighters and community members also helped to arrange Kyle's funeral.