Skylar Rispens Great Falls Tribune Published 4:23 PM EDT Sep 13, 2019 After a week of uncertainty from having their car stolen, the Rocchi family is finally able to breathe after a local dealership donated a vehicle to them. Staff at Lithia Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Great Falls heard about the Rocchi’s story published in the Tribune earlier this week, and felt compelled to support the family in this time of need. Dennis Black, a warranty administrator with the dealership, brought the article to General Manager Brian Belderrian and asked if there was any way they could help. “We’re always giving to the community,” said Josh Copeland with Lithia Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Great Falls. “Especially for family problems and this was a pretty unique case, this family had some pretty rough luck.” Last Thursday, the Rocchi’s 2002 F-150 pickup was stolen while Phil Rocchi was working. Law enforcement was able to track down the vehicle a few days later, but the pickup was trashed. After assessing inventory, the dealership identified a 2007 Jeep Liberty as an affordable and reliable vehicle for the Rocchi’s and donated it to them. “It met their needs and everything they needed in their next vehicle,” said… Read full this story
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