NASCAR Fans, Let’s Help the BK Racing Family
A little can go a long way.
Tragic news from the world stock car racing, as NBC Sports is reporting that Stephanie Rembert, the daughter of NASCAR crew chief Joe Williams, has died from injuries sustained in a “freak car accident.” The accident occurred on Saturday afternoon outside in Randolph County, North Carolina, just outside Asheboro. Rembert, a mother of two young children, passed away after being airlifted to a local hospital.
Williams heads the No. 23 Sprint Cup Toyota. A fellow BK Racing employee, Roy Gangdal, has set up a Go Fund Me page for the family. The fundraising campaign hopes to raise $25,000 to help with expenses and establish a trust fund for Rembert’s children, ages 6 and 8. NASCAR has always been about families, Frances and Pettys or Earnhardts. Right now, it’s about the Williams and Rembert clan. Even if it’s just a few bucks, let’s help one of our own get through this unimaginably difficult time.
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