Friends hold rifle raffle to help family of man who died in Burlington fire

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SOUTH POINT, Ohio (WOWK) – Friends of the man who died as a result of a Burlington fire on Monday are now looking to give back to the person they have always held in such high regard.

Tom Senella was the man that died in that fire.

Senella’s friends at T&K Armory in South Point are now doing everything they can to offset the funeral costs for Senella’s family by raffling off four rifles to help out with the funeral costs and other expenses Senella’s family has.

To participate in the raffle, you can come into their store at 802 4th St. East. in South Point.

For $20 dollars, you can draw a card for a 1 in 52 chance of winning a brand new rifle.

Each time the store has completely sold a deck of cards, they’ll raffle off another firearm.

Tom Hall works at T&K Armory and called Senella one of his best friends.

”The loss of him in addition to all the material goods, we just want to alleviate as much material needs as possible,” said Hall. “This is, I feel like, the best way I can help out now that he’s gone.”

Hall hopes he can have some money ready for the family by this weekend.

If you’d like to help the family, you can also make a donation by coming into their store, by calling the store at (740) 523-0246, or by sending them donations via PayPal at

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