Fundraising campaigns launched for families of Duffey Lake mudslide victims Anita and Mirsad Hadzic and Steven Taylor

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      There's tremendous sadness in Canada over the loss of four lives in a November 15 mudslide near Lillooet B.C. A fifth person is missing.

      But there's an opportunity to turn grief into action by donating to campaigns created to help three of the victims' surviving children.

      On Sunday (November 21), those three were identified.

      Anita and Mirsad Hadzic were returning home from a weekend getaway at Sparkling Hills resort when they were killed.

      Sadly, their two-year-old daughter has been left without a mom or dad.

      A GoFundMe page describes the couple as "the most wonderful parents".

      "Anything you wish to donate is greatly appreciated," wrote the fund organizer, Glor Gil Pinzon. "Their daughter is in the care of her family and the memory of her parents will live on through them and her."

      Another victim of the mudslide was construction worker and rugby player Steve (Sanchez) Taylor.

      He lived for many years in Calgary, where his friends have been raising money over Facebook for his family.

      Steven (Sanchez) Taylor

      Taylor is a father of four and is described as being "always ready to mentor other teammates".

      "He gave so much and never expected anything in return," the fundraising page states.

      "In this devastating time for his wife and family comes the pressures of financial burden connected with bereavement let us unite as his Rugby family and financially show our departed brothers just how much we will miss his presence."