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Stuart Parsons Community Fundraiser for Brittany Stevenson’s Family a Major Success

WACO -The Central Texas community is rallying behind the family of a young mother who died in a tragic accident by raising thousands of dollars in her honor.

People had previously come together to help search for Brittany Stevenson, but they gathered again Sunday to raise more than $14,000. All proceeds from Sunday’s fundraiser will go to Stevenson’s two young sons.

Throughout the day, more than a hundred people turned out to the BSR Cable Parkin Waco to raise money in honor of Stevenson.

BSR said they would donate one dollar for every lap completed in the freeze out. Several wake boarders spent hours in the cold water and completed 300 hundred laps for the cause.

BSR and Parsons Roofing President Stuart Parsons says he wanted to do whatever he could to help.Stuart Parsons

“I didn’t know Brittany personally, but I could feel that she was a good person. She had two little boys,” says Parsons. “She had a lot of friends and a really strong family. But what’s really nice to see is our community really pulls together on different things like this.”

Parsons also promised an additional donation based on the sales made at the bar and grill upstairs.

“The deal was that we would double it if the Cowboys lost and we triple it if the Cowboys won,” says Parsons. “Well, since the Cowboys got stiffed on a few calls I think we’re still going to triple it.”

And as if that wasn’t enough, the fundraiser also included a bake sale and a silent auction of donated items, like Taylor Swift concert tickets and box seats to Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars games.

Parsons says the fundraiser was definitely a success and that the day was all about turning a negative into a positive.

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Stuart Parsons Gives Gift to Benefit YMCA Swim Programs

The Doris Miller Family YMCA was given a $25,000 donation by Stuart Parsons Jr., President of BSR Cable Park near Axtell, to help fund swimming lesson and swim safety programs.

The donation was presented Dec. 17 at the Doris Miller Family YMCA. The donation was made in memory of SirLemuel Calhoun, the 12-year-old boy who drowned at the cable park on June 28.Stuart Parsons

Hilary Grant, interim CEO for the YMCA of Central Texas, said the donation will help fund swimming lessons as well as increase access to water safety programs through the YMCA for the East Waco community.

Parsons and Royal Wiseman, general manager of BSR Cable Park, made the presentation to Grant, Darrell Rollins, YMCA of Central Texas board president; and Curtis Harris, Doris Miller Family YMCA branch executive.

Parsons said the cable park this spring will begin building a splash park area for younger children in SirLemuel’s name.

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Ken Sury photo

Participating in the check presentation at the Doris Miller Family YMCA pool are (from left) Darrell Rollins, president of the YMCA of Central Texas board; Hilary Grant, interim CEO of YMCA of Central Texas; Royal Wiseman, general manager of BSR Cable Park; Curtis Harris, Doris Miller YMCA branch executive; and Stuart Parsons Jr., President of BSR Cable Park and Parsons Roofing.

Parsons Roofing Donates Roof to Historic Best Theater in West Texas

“West has been real good to our company, and I think donating a roof will benefit the community” Stuart Parsons Jr. President of Parsons Roofing.

Parsons Roofing donates 3 roofs to Lion’s Park in Waco Texas

Lions Park is an important part of Waco’s history. It is one of only 14 amusement parks for small children remaining from what was a baby-boom explosion of about 200 such facilities across the country. That’s why Parsons Roofing donated three roofs for the: Depot Area, Train Pavilion, and Ticket Area.

 

Parsons Roofing partners with Make-A-Wish Foundation

 

Parsons Roofing gave away 15 tickets, 3 per Family, through the Make-A-Wish Foundation™ of North Texas
for the Jonas Brothers concert held at Dallas Cowboy Stadium on June 20, 2009 and
the select families enjoyed the concert from the Parsons Suite at the Dallas Cowboy Stadium.

Here are some local businesses and organizations that we have supported

Axtell FFA Booster

American Cancer Society

American Legion

Baylor Foundation

Big Brothers, Big Sisters

Bosqueville Baseball Association

Bosqueville ISD Project Graduation

Boys and Girls Club of Pharr Texas Baseball League

Caritas of Waco

Carver Baptist Church

Chilton Volunteer Fire Department

City of Waco Basketball

City of Waco 2010 Golf Tournament

Clements Boys & Girls Club

Connally ISD

Connally High School Chemical Free Graduation Party

Copperas Cove ISD

Detroit ISD Eagle Education Foundation

East Robertson Dixie Youth

Family Practice Center

Florence ISD and FFA

Fort Hood

Fuzzy Friends Rescue

Good Hope Western

Hillcrest Hospital-Jamie’s Place

Hallsburg School

Hallsburg PTA

Isaac’s Laughter

Juvenile Diabetes Fund

Killeen Jr. Livestock

Killeen ISD 2010 Basketball Sponsor

Killeen Youth Boosters

Lifeline Home and Hospice “Relay for Life”

Methodist Children’s Home

McLennan Community College

MCC Foundation

Muscular Dystrophy Association

McLennan County Livestock

Methodist Home

Midway ISD

Midway Little League

Navarro College

Nubia Shrine Temple

Optimist Club

Race for the Cure

Riesel Little League

Robinson ISD

Robinson FFA

Robinson PTA

Robinson Choir Boosters

Robinson Little League

Robinson Livestock Booster

Salvation Army

Schrader Clinic

Scott and White

Special Olympics

St. Louis Catholic School

Transit Mix

Texas Chamber of Commerce

Texas Association of Community Schools

Texas Association of Community Schools (TACS Today Magazine)

Tidehaven ISD Project Graduation

Tri-City Business Education Coalition (PSJA ISD) Golf Tournament

Texas State Technical College

Waco Tennis Associate

Waco Women’s Training Program

Waco’s Adopt a School Program

United Way