Fundraiser Auction For The Bilderback Family Is This Friday

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Allen Bilderback, owner of Platinum Plumbing and husband/father to seven, passed away in early June. As the owner of Platinum Plumbing he was the sole provider for his family, and many people in the Burien community have come together to help support them in their time of loss, including a special fundraiser auction dinner this Friday night (Oct. 2nd) at Glen Acres Golf Course.

The Bilderback family is fighting to get control of their business back, and that’s the main reason for this fundraiser, which is being sponsored by Mick Kelly’s Irish Pub, which has sponsored many fundraisers for worthy causes, including for the family of slain King County Deputy Steve Cox and the displaced survivors of the Tara and Jenny Marie apartment fire in Burien.

But, says co-owner Mick Purdy, this fundraising dinner “may be one of the most worthwhile events we’ve done.”

“The effort beging put in (for the fundraiser) by a lot of community members and friends is remarkbable,” he continued. “If the family gets their business back, they have the means to make it. But the need the community to help them get over the hump.”

“The family is fighting to get the business back. But it is pretty challenging since they are pretty financially strapped.”

Here are the details:

WHAT: Fundraiser Auction dinner party for the Bilderback family

WHEN: Friday night, Oct. 2nd from 7pm to midnight

WHERE: Glen Acres Golf Course, located at 1000 South 112th Street

INFO: A night to remember! Together, we can show support for a wonderful family. As the Bilderback Family grieves the loss of their father and husband, Allen Bilderback, we can make this difficult time a easier by participating in this fundraising dinner. We have a great dinner and fun evening planned with music, raffle, and auction. Reserve a table today!

Please confirm & select your dinner option by Wednesday, Sept. 30th.

Incredibly generous donations from:

  • Sounders FC
  • Royal Argosy Cruises
  • Osteria de Primo Italian Restaurant
  • Starbucks
  • Local artists & businesses
  • Seattle Painting & Decorating ($5,000 value)
  • And many more!

TICKETS: $50.00 per person; Pick up tickets at Mick Kelly’s Irish Pub: 435 SW 152nd in downtown Burien. If you can’t make it, but would still like to donate, go to the Sterling Savings Bank in Burien and donate in his name.

For more information, contact Trish Robles at [email protected] or Mick Purdy at [email protected].

Here’s Allen’s obit:

Allen James Bilderback Jr.
Allen James BILDERBACK, Jr Age 35 died on Monday, June 8th, 2009 in SeaTac, WA. Allen is survived by his wife of 14 years, Sarah; six daughters and one son; father and step-mother, A.J. and Audrey Bilderback; grandmother, Mimi Fritz; brothers, Guy and Chet; step-sister, Katy and several nieces and nephews. Allen was a loving husband and father. He worked extremely hard at everything he set out to do in life and was a successful business owner. He enjoyed basketball with the guys and making plans for the future. Allen always had so much ambition and drive that there was never a doubt he would accomplish so much in life. He will be missed very much by so many who loved him. Forever and always in our hearts he will be. There will be a private family gathering and a public memorial at Bonney-Watson Washington Memorial Park in Seatac, WA at a later date. In lieu of flowers, all donations to the family can be made at Sterling Savings Bank in Burien, WA.

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One Response to “Fundraiser Auction For The Bilderback Family Is This Friday”
  1. Carrie says:

    Catering by McKelly’s-

    Caesar Salad

    Choice of Dublin Rosemary Chicken with Baby Red or Garlic Mashed Potatoes or Stuffed Halibut with rice pilaf

    Chocolate Cake or Cheese Cake

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