Fund created in memory of Fossier

Natalie Fossier may have only been nine years old when she was tragically killed, but her too short life will now continue to inspire and help others forever.

David and Melissa Fossier, in conjunction with the Clermont Community Fund and the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, have created a fund in the memory of their daughter Natalie, who was killed by a falling ice-covered tree branch in Miami Township as she walked her dog Angel in Feb. 2007.

Natalie Fossier, who admirably had many charitable and philanthropic interests in her nine years of life, loved animals – she raised money for the Clermont County Humane Society by setting up lemonade stands – and loved to sit with and keep senior citizens company, and she was concerned with the education and reading comprehension of her fellow Milford students.

All of the memorial funds raised in Natalie’s name will go towards helping the Humane Society, the county’s homeless population, senior citizens in the community, and the many students in the Milford School District.