Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Estate Sale Profits will Benefit Loaves & Fishes

Profits from a whole-house estate sale of the belongings of the Mori Family will benefit the Sacramento homeless-aid charity Loaves & Fishes.

All belongings, including personal items and furniture, will be sold, on February 20 and 21, at the South Land Park Mori family home, which is being emptied to prepare it for future sale.

The house is located at 1276 Nevis Ct, Sacramento, CA 95822 [see map]. The liquidation sale will take place between 7 AM and 6 PM on both days of the sale.

The company Jennie Krausse Estate Liquidation is handling the event. At the webspace of the company there are photographs of many of the items that will be put up for sale.

According to the company website, the Mori couple that owned the house was a 2nd-generation Japanese couple who moved to the Sacramento area after World War II. They raised "four children in the Hollywood Park area until the 1960s" whenupon they bought the South Land Park home. The Mori couple is now deceased.

The close-knit offspring of the Moris each live within scant miles of their parents' house.

Update 2/21/09: According to the Loaves & Fishes blog, there was a "Preferred Client Pre-sale" on 2/19 from 4PM to 8PM, for L&F supporters.

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