Woman Who Lost Home In Fire Gets Help

by Diane Tuazon
NewsWest 9

MIDLAND - Helping Hands of Midland and Malone Business Systems are partnering up to help a woman who lost everything in Monday night's fire.

63-year-old Glenda McGregor is no longer without a home after her roommate allegedly set her apartment on fire. Malone Business Systems is accepting furniture donations to help McGregor get back on her feet.

"Everything she had is all gone, she's needing help with everything from linens to furniture. We just want to help her get started again," Malone Business Systems employee, Linda Catania, said.

Helping Hands of Midland will be assisting with moving expenses once McGregor finds a new place to stay.

If you would like to donate any household items, you can drop them off at Malone Business Systems on 511 South Main.