Michele Gagne and Shelly Wells, the daughters of Frances Mae Davis, who was shot and killed while she waited in the car for her daughter to run into store at the Myrtle Beach Mall in January, have started a social media campaign to honor their mother. They are asking people, whenever they do a good deed, to share it with a hashtag #purpleformae and #maeshelpinghand on social media.
Michele Gagne and Shelly Wells, the daughters of Frances Mae Davis, who was shot and killed while she waited in the car for her daughter to run into store at the Myrtle Beach Mall in January, have started a social media campaign to honor their mother. They are asking people, whenever they do a good deed, to share it with a hashtag #purpleformae and #maeshelpinghand on social media. JASON LEE jlee@thesunnews
Michele Gagne and Shelly Wells, the daughters of Frances Mae Davis, who was shot and killed while she waited in the car for her daughter to run into store at the Myrtle Beach Mall in January, have started a social media campaign to honor their mother. They are asking people, whenever they do a good deed, to share it with a hashtag #purpleformae and #maeshelpinghand on social media. JASON LEE jlee@thesunnews

She was always helping others before she was killed. A pay-it-forward campaign begins ...

November 03, 2016 8:34 PM

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