Peter Doriean appeal
The international sailing world was stunned on Tuesday April 6 2010 by the news of the sudden death of Peter ‘Spike’ Doriean, 38, one of Australia’s best known professional sailors and one of the nicest guys any of us have had the privilege of knowing.
Spike was in the Caribbean to compete aboard George David’s 90 foot maxi Rambler, at first Les Voiles de Saint Barth in St Barts. Tragically in a senseless accident, he slipped in the bathroom and sustained massive head injuries. He never regained consciousness.
Spike would have been 39 on April 13th 2010.
Spike is survived by his wife Nicki and two young children, Jemima aged 5 and Fox aged 3. It is for his young family that we are appealing for your help. Spike was the sole provider for his young family, and his death along with the financial burden of bringing Spike home to Australia, has had a devastating impact on this young family.
Unfortunately Nicki, Jemima and Fox now face a very uncertain financial future.
Nothing is going to bring Spike back, but by supporting this appeal, you will be easing the suffering that this family faces. 100% of all donations will immediately go to the family.
Assist now by donating either directly into Nicki's bank account:
Spike Consulting Services pty ltd
BSB 033 243
Account number: 000262516
or via paypal, click on link below for link to the Doriean Family paypal account in international currency or by credit card here
More here: http://www.dorieanfamilyappeal.com/