Gary's Fund for Latisha
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This is a fund that has been set up in the Name of Gary Woodward to give his Daughter the contribution he fought so hard to give to her himself. Gary was a lovable rouge with a chequered past who turned his life around got off of his arse and went ... More ...

This is a fund that has been set up in the Name of Gary Woodward to give his Daughter the contribution he fought so hard to give to her himself.

Gary was a lovable rogue with a chequered past who turned his life around got off of his arse and went to work in order to give his Daughter a future and take responsibility for his role as a loving Father. Upon being stopped from having access to his Daughter Gary worked hard and paid into the legal system to gain representation and fight for his right as a Father in order to gain access and time with his Daughter Latisha and to be a contributing part of her life.

Gary met the solicitors bills and won his case in court. Unfortunately access for what ever reason was still denied and would require a further long arduous and expensive battle to enforce his right to access, Unfortunately the mental effect and pain of being refused access to his Daughter led Gary to take his own life.

This page is to raise funds for Gary's daughter Latisha in recognition of Gary's fight for access and his high morals when it came to providing for and being part of his daughters life. All funds raised form this page will be kept in trust for Latisha and will be given to her when she turns 18. It pains and angers me to think how worthless and unwanted Gary must have been made to feel as a Father to Latisha who will now miss out on having her Father around to support, love and care for her the way he wanted to.

We want this page to raise enough money to give Latisha a lasting keep sake or experience, assistance with University or anything she chooses in her Fathers name. I'm sure those who knew Gary and know how much he fought to see his Daughter will agree that his fight shouldn't be in vain.

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