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How you can help the Arizona firefighters' families

6:00 AM, Jul 2, 2013   |    comments
Maggie Greenwood of Prescott, Ariz., adds flowers to a memorial July 1, 2013, in front of Prescott Fire Station #7. 18 firefighters from Prescott Fire Department's Granite Mountain Hotshots team and a 19th firefighter from another crew were killed the day before battling the Yarnell Hill Fire. (Photo: David Wallace, The Arizona Republic)
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The United Way of Yavapai County, Ariz., has set up an

account to benefit the families of the 19 firefighters killed Sunday in the area's Yarnell Hill Fire.

Those who have lost their homes in the blaze also will benefit from donations to the fund.

Donations to the Yarnell Fire Fund can be made through United Way's website, www.unitedwayyavapai.org, or at any National Bank of Arizona branch.

The United Way of Yavapai County, working with the Prescott Fire Department and the Town of Yarnell, will distribute donations to the Granite Mountain Hotshots crew members' families and Yarnell citizens.

The 100 Club of Arizona also will post information on family bank account funds as it receives them.

To make a donation to the 100 Club's Survivor Fund in memory of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, go to www.100club.org/web/100CLUB/GetInvolved/Fund.aspx.

Profiles of the fallen firefighters:

• Andrew Ashcraft, 29

• Robert Caldwell, 23

• Travis Carter, 31

• Dustin Deford, 24

• Christopher MacKenzie, 30

• Eric Marsh, 43

• Grant McKee, 21

• Sean Misner, 26

• Scott Norris, 28

• Wade Parker, 22

• John Percin, 24

• Anthony Rose, 23

• Jesse Steed, 36

• Joe Thurston, 32

• Travis Turbyfill, 27

• William Warneke, 25

• Clayton Whitted, 28

• Kevin Woyjeck, 21

• Garret Zuppiger, 27

Laurie Merrill, The Arizona Republic

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