In Memoriam: Texas retailer Eclat 'work family' suffers loss - SNEWS

In Memoriam: Texas retailer Eclat 'work family' suffers loss

Texas' Eclat Inc., dba Fitness Unlimited, Winston Fitness and Busy Body Houston, said store manager Dhani Taylor suffered a loss on May 2 when his 4-year-old daughter, Arianna, was hit by a vehicle and did not survive.
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Texas' Eclat Inc., dba Fitness Unlimited, Winston Fitness and Busy Body Houston, said store manager Dhani Taylor suffered a loss on May 2 when his 4-year-old daughter, Arianna, was hit by a vehicle and did not survive.

According to a report from KPRC Local 2 News, the girl darted out into traffic and was hit by a sport utility vehicle in southwest Houston. Detectives told the TV news reporter the SUV driver did not have time to stop. Paramedics transported the girl to a hospital, where she died from head and neck injuries.

To assist the Taylor family, Eclat Inc. has set up a bank account in Dhani Taylor's name in memory of Arianna and donated $5,000. Owner Stan Terry said that several of his suppliers have committed to financial donations as well.

"Our company is doing everything we can possibly do to assist Dhani and his family," Terry said. "The unfortunate event that occurred has affected one of the greatest individuals I have ever met."

To make a donation directly to the account, contact Stan Terry at 713-545-3154 for details. Donations also can be mailed to: Dhani Taylor, c/o Fitness Warehouse, 10516 Old Katy Rd., #J, Houston, TX 77043.

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