GoFundMe raises over $100,000 for Maui firefighter Tre Evans-Dumaran after tragic death at the age of 24


Tre Evans-Dumaran was a 24-year-old fireman in Maui, who got cleared up in a tempest channel while answering weighty floods on January 27.

He floated out to the ocean and was recuperated by fireman Jeremy Gillespie, who began doing mouth to mouth on him. He kept utilizing medical aid techniques on Dumaran until people on call showed up on the scene.


Tre recovered his heartbeat and was quickly moved to Maui Commemoration Clinical Center, where he attempted to get by.

Tre Evans-Dumaran died on February 4, 2023, as indicated by Maui District’s declaration. Nonetheless, monstrous endeavors were made to help him and his family in this period of scarcity.

After becoming aware of fireman Tre Evans-Dumaran’s condition, a GoFundMe account was made to assist the family and Tre with financial and clinical help. Besides, endeavors were made to make blood gifts to adjoining islanders who required the assistance.

The GoFundMe account was sent off on February 1, 2023, by Chelsie Evans, the mother of the departed.

“Recently. You took your gift back. He was yours in any case. I get it. Yet, hear me. Each, single, day of my life I will be shouting out to you, requesting that you deal with my child. You made me to not rest, to battle, to use by (sic) body and my cerebrum to advocate for other people.”

“Each ounce of me that is left will be telling that you are consistently with him and adoring him. Despite the fact that I’ve heard others say there could be no more noteworthy love than yours, let me get straight to the point, my child actually merits beyond what you can give him.”

The GoFundMe page gathered an incredible $136,389 with the assistance of 1600 gifts. The record at first pointed toward gathering $10,000 and outperformed its objective with the assistance of concerned people. The cash gathered will go towards loaning some assistance to Tre Evans-Dumaran’s loved ones.

The Fire Boss, Brad Ventura, made an announcement in something like an hour of Tre Evans-Dumaran dying. He shed light on how the youth adored his work and was “glad to serve individuals.”

He said:”Today carried pulverizing news to our firefighting ‘ohana. One misfortune is an excessive amount and keeping in mind that we face the huge deficiency of one of our own, we are joined in the strength we need to provide for Tre’s family and to one another. How much help from all through our local area and past Maui has been fantastic.”

“We’ve all felt the profundity of salud and it has a significant effect. Tre’ cherished being a fireman and he adored those he worked with. Serving the local area fell into place without any issues for him since he was so glad to serve individuals.”

The City hall leader of Maui, Richard Bissen Jr., likewise shared a note, helping individuals to remember the “brave work” that crisis responders do.

“We’re particularly crushed by the development. My heart was let the cat out of the bag. Consistently our crisis responders put their lives in danger to help other people, paying special attention to the local area they serve. This is an indication of that gamble and the bold work they accomplish for us all.”

“In his battle to recuperate, we mobilized behind Tre’ similarly as he would for other people. We will zero in on supporting Tre’s ‘ohana and individual firemen with solace and supplications.”

Tre’s mom then, at that point, expressed gratitude toward everybody for their affection and petitions during this difficult stretch as she said:

“We need to thank the whole local area for the incredible flood of affection during this time. My heart lets me know that Tre’ needs to say thank you for adoring his family, his fire ‘ohana, his companions during this time. He’d maintain that individuals should continue giving blood, to continue to do your part as a legend, in the manner in which he experienced consistently on The planet.”