Left, John Reynolds and Brad Cash from 92.9 KISM Classic Rock went on air with 91.5 KSQM’s Dick Goodman on Friday, July 28, to talk about the Streett family after a tragic car accident in Colorado took the lives of two of the family members. Sequim Gazette photos by Erin Hawkins

Radio hosts honor Streett family

Love is still pouring in for the Streett family — even over the air waves.

Brad Cash and John Reynolds of 92.9 KISM Classic Rock in Bellingham visited the Olympic Peninsula on Friday, July 28, and were part of a special broadcast on KSQM 91.5 FM to honor the Streett family.

Cash and Reynolds passed through Sequim and visited local stops in town and were scheduled to do a live broadcast from Clear Water Bidets with Robert Streett until they heard the tragic news of his death after a car accident in Colorado took the life of Robert and his eldest son Robby.

In honor of the Streetts, Cash and Reynolds performed a live broadcast from the Longhouse Market &Deli in Blyn and were featured on KSQM’s morning show with Dick Goodman to encourage support for the Streett family.

Cash and Reynolds said they spoke to many friends, families and associates that know the Streett family.

“Robert was so involved in the community,” Reynolds said during the broadcast. “We need more of those people in any community.”

Josslyn Streett’s best friend Ellen Hammer said on Tuesday, Aug. 1, that her son Sawyer was released from the hospital on Monday, July 31, and reunited with his mom who remains in Lakewood, Colo., for treatment.

Hammer said Josslyn’s stay at St. Anthony’s Hospital remains “milestone driven” and could last two-four weeks based on her accomplishments in recovery from the wreck.

“She’s getting stronger everyday and she’s making those milestones like a champ,” Hammer said. “I think she’s really pushing herself so she can be home sooner.”

The Streett family has a GoFundMe account with a goal of raising $45,000 for financial support. As of Tuesday, Aug. 1, the campaign has raised $36,885.

To learn more about the Streett family or to donate to its campaign, visit https://www.gofundme.com/street-family-support-fund. Donations also are being accepted at Sequim First Federal branches where an account was established for the family.

Reporter Matthew Nash contributed to this story.

Left, John Reynolds, George Dooley dressed as “Dr. D.” and Brad Cash stand together after a live broadcast discussed the Streett family and how listeners can help support the family after a car accident in Colorado took the lives of two family members. Sequim Gazette photo by Erin Hawkins

Left, Dick Goodman of KSQM 91.5 FM hosts Brad Cash and John Reynolds of 92.9 KISM Classic Rock as the two discussed how they met Robert Streett and encouraged support for the family after a tragic car accident in Colorado took the lives of two family members. Sequim Gazette photos by Erin Hawkins

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