A small memorial of flowers has emerged near the spot where Gig Harbor resident Jamie Fay, 36, died Saturday after a tree fell on his moving station wagon on Borgen Boulevard. The director of sales and marketing at Chambers Bay Golf Course was heading home from Costco. His 3-year-old daughter was also in the car, but was not hurt.
A small memorial of flowers has emerged near the spot where Gig Harbor resident Jamie Fay, 36, died Saturday after a tree fell on his moving station wagon on Borgen Boulevard. The director of sales and marketing at Chambers Bay Golf Course was heading home from Costco. His 3-year-old daughter was also in the car, but was not hurt. Drew Perine Staff photographer
A small memorial of flowers has emerged near the spot where Gig Harbor resident Jamie Fay, 36, died Saturday after a tree fell on his moving station wagon on Borgen Boulevard. The director of sales and marketing at Chambers Bay Golf Course was heading home from Costco. His 3-year-old daughter was also in the car, but was not hurt. Drew Perine Staff photographer

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