Colorado long-term care group raises money for family of Aurora, CO shooting victim

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Colorado's long-term care association is working on raising money for the children of an Aurora movie theater shooting victim who worked in the industry.

The Colorado Health Care Association and Center for Assisted Living hosted a golf tournament fundraiser on Aug. 9 for the two young daughters of Rebecca Wingo, 32. Wingo was killed in the July 20 mass shooting at an Aurora, CO movie theater.

Wingo worked as a customer relations representative at the Denver-based Schryver Medical Inc., a mobile medical imaging company that serves the long-term care market. The Schryver Memorial fund is setting up a 509 fund to honor Wingo. Those interested in contributing can send checks, payable to the Colorado Health Care Association, to Arlene Miles, Colorado Health Care Association, 225 E. 16th Avenue, Suite 1100, Denver, CO 80203.

Click here to read a Denver Post profile of Wingo.