Hero group of the generous gesture of tradition to struggling mother after her carpenter collapsed and died for her during a dream vacation to Bali
- Ebony Taylor had turned her life upside down when husband Chris suddenly died
- The family was renovating their dream home in Perth
- A group of generous traditions intervened to create a dream house for free
A struggling mother was overwhelmed after a group of traditions helped her renovate her dream house for free after the sudden death of her husband.
Ebony Taylor had turned her life upside down when her husband Chris died during a family vacation in Bali in December last year.
The couple had two young sons and were renovating their dream home in Perth.
The cause of Chris & # 39; death is still unknown.
Ebony Taylor had turned her life upside down when her husband Chris (both pictured with their children) suddenly died during their family vacation in Bali in December last year
"We were a family unit, and everything went great and you just don't expect this to happen," Taylor said 9News.
Mr. Taylor, carpenter, was busy with plans to turn a derelict house into a modern house.
But unfortunately his death meant that the family could no longer afford to complete their plans.
Mrs. Taylor decided to contact Tim Matthews of Modus Property, who agreed to do all the work for free.
& # 39; I showed him all the plans that Chris and I were planning to do, and then he came the next day and said he was going to renovate the bathroom and kitchen & # 39 ;, Taylor said.
The family was busy creating their dream home in Perth when Mr. Taylor suddenly died in Bali
The group worked for three weeks and transformed the tired house into a bright, light house.
The job would have cost around $ 45,000.
& # 39; This is what we were planning to do and the fact that it had to happen when I thought that dream was flooded with all other dreams that was interrupted is just phenomenal, it would be so happy. & # 39;
Mathews said it was a privilege to be able to do this for Mrs. Taylor and her children after experiencing everything.
Because of Chris's death, the family was unable to complete their plans. That was until Tim Mathews' team of tradions came in to help
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