'Experience fund' helps young boys deal with death of father

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) - A fund has been set up to help two boys take a little time to be kids in the midst of tragedy.

They recently lost their father, Denny Vorba, in a car crash. It happened on Monday.

"These boys are so young, and for them to be able to understand such a tragedy is going to be very difficult," Vorba's friend Monica McEowen said.

Wildside Tattoo and Body Piercing in Cedar Rapids is raising money to help give Vorba's sons Jackson and Cyson experiences to help take their minds off of what happened.

"It's our duty or whoever wants to help us duty to ensure that these kids just get what they deserve in life because their father would want them to do all of these things," Vorba's friend Megan Valentine said.

The three loved cheering on the Broncos.

"One of the things that I was thinking of was that I would love to with the funds raised purchase tickets to a Broncos game that's close to here. That would be wonderful," McEowen said.

To the people working at Wildside tattoos, Denny was family.

"Denny was just a great father to those boys, and he loves them so much, and they deserve these experiences and help carry on their dad's legacy," McEowen said.

If you want to help out and donate you can visit Wildside tattoo anytime this coming week.

The two boys will be wrestling this Sunday in their dads honor at Jefferson High School.