Ricky Creech Cause of Death? How Did President of boys and girls Homes of North Carolina Ricky Die? Saturday, July 16th was the day that a fire broke out and claimed the lives of two service dogs and the president of Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina. Ricky Creech (59) was one of the victims. He was accompanied by his assistance dogs Zara, and Kiawah. According to Chase Lancaster, deputy fire marshal, the fire broke out along Canal Cove Road at around 1 AM. Paws4people posted a Facebook message asking for support to the “staff and trainers” who were dealing with the deaths of Zara, Kiawah and Kiawah.
Ricky Creech Cause of Death?
According to Brandy Nance, Creech and the dogs were found after the fire was extinguished. He said that the Boys and Girls Home and Ricky Creech’s family have his condolences. This was in behalf of Lake Waccamaw Fire and Rescue, which is located in Lake Waccamaw. Boys and Girls Home board chair Dave Wyatt spoke out in a press release and praised Creech for his “fearless leadership and love of the children,” adding that they “would very much be missed.” Wyatt also said, “We will keep his family in prayer.”
According to the website, Creech was named president and CEO of Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina (October 2020). Creech was previously the CEO of Virginia’s Southstone Behavioral Center. Creech is a South Carolina Fire Academy graduate and was previously the CEO and president of the organization. In a Facebook post, the Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina published, the Creech family expressed gratitude to “all of our family and friends”, and said that they were truly grateful for the “beautiful words and tributes” they had received.
Creech is survived, according to the charity’s website. The funeral arrangements are not yet announced. The Creech family asked that memorial contributions be made “in his honor” to the Lake Waccamaw Fire Department and the Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina. According to Creech’s children’s Facebook post, both “the organizations held an especially place in my father’s heart.” The Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina appointed Ray Cockrell, chief mission officer, as interim president and CEO following Creech’s sudden and unexpected death. As netizens express their sorrow, the news has attracted a lot attention.