Niagara Gazette — “When you buy, you can choose to buy one or you can send one to the hospital for a parent to have,” she said. “They get airlifted in with their kids and often don’t have clothes to wear. At the same time, whatever money I do raise extra I’ll use to buy more shirts for the parents.”
Despite her trying time, Hosler said everything is working out for her and her family. Daniel is still suffering the effects of his burns after undergoing skin grafts to help in healing. She said he’s still burned on 25 percent of his body, but feeling better. Her other son, Joseph, who recently celebrated his third birthday, is still 10 percent burned as a result.
While everything was happening, though, her 7-year-old daughter was a rock, she said. While staying in town to continue attending school, she was recently honored during the Falls City School District’s Breakfast of Champions event, focused on honoring achievement among the best students.
As far as the restaurant where this all began, she said she holds no ill-will.
“The restaurant is good,” she saidContact reporter Timothy Chipp at 282-2311, ext. 2251 or follow on Twitter @timchipp.