This website was built because of a tragedy that may have been avoided.
Friends and family of the Cipriano and Trahan families in Michigan are mourning, praying and hoping for miracles.
Not only did they learn that Bob Cipriano was beaten to death with a baseball bat in his home on April 16, 2012 — and his wife and son are in critical condition at the hospital — but they’re also dealing with the news that Bob and Rose’s oldest son, Tucker Cipriano, may have been responsible.
A friend of Tucker Cipriano said the 19-year-old had been smoking K2 before breaking into his family’s Farmington Hills home.
We can’t bring Bob back, but we can do a number of things:
- Pray that Sal and Rose recover.
- Create an account on this website and list businesses in your area that are selling this (or any other) drugs.
- Boycott gas stations and convenience stores where the drugs are sold and tell them you are not going to get gas or coffee or anything there until they stop selling these drugs.
- Donate to the Cipriano trust fund (information below)
There are 2 Funds established that support the Cipriano / Trahan Families
The “Cipriano Children’s Trust” will help cover expenses for the Ciprianos’ two children unharmed during the attack, Tanner, 17, and Isabella, 8. To make a donation, make checks payable to the “Cipriano Children’s Trust” and send them care of Adolph & Swoish, PLLC, 31600 West Thirteen Mile Road, Ste. 129, Farmington Hills, MI 48334.
The second fund is to help offset travel costs for family members visiting Rose and Savatore Cipriano in the hospital. Donations can be made to “Benefit of the Trahan and Cipriano Family,” care of Independent Bank, 623 Washington Ave., Bay City, MI 48708.
UPDATE: Visit http://www.ciprianofamilytrust.org/ for updates on the family and the ability to donate through PAYPAL.