Rebekah Gregory Benefit Account

Rebekah Gregory, an Account Executive with Preferred Corporate Housing, was seriously injured in the recent bombing attacks at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15th. Rebekah, who currently resides in Houston, TX, was attending the event with her boyfriend and 5-year old son, Noah. All three were seriously injured in the blast zone and were taken to separate hospitals where Rebekah and her boyfriend have undergone several surgeries. Rebekah's family, who also reside in Houston, rushed to be by her side late on Monday evening.

The most recent updates that we have received say that Rebekah and her boyfriend are in stable condition, but are still undergoing treatment for several injuries to their legs and arms. Noah is also recovering from injuries to his lungs and other minor scrapes and bruises.

Preferred Corporate Housing has established a donation account with our local bank, Amegy Bank of Texas, for anyone wishing to offer help and support for Rebekah and her family during this difficult time. We are extremely saddened and angered by the senseless nature of these horrific events, and we are praying for all who have been affected by this tragedy, and that we can all join together to help in whatever way we are able.

Please join our Preferred Corporate Housing family in doing what we can to support Rebekah and her son in the days and months ahead as they face the challenges of getting their lives back to normal. We anticipate helping with rehabilitation costs, housing, meals, medical bills and other expenses while Rebekah and son recover. At the request of her family, PCH Founder, Jon Lanclos, will act as the administrator of the fund with Rebekah Gregory being the beneficiary. 100% of all donations will go directly to the Gregory family.

If you would like to offer other means of support, please contact Michelle Velasquez at PCH - (800) 960-0102 ext 21.


Thank you everyone who has donated in the past. We are still trying to raise money for Rebeka's care going forward.
She has had 13 surguries to date and still fighting to keep her leg. Here is an article that shows how strong she continues to fight.
Jon Lanclos, PCH 6/17/13

NBC News 6/16/13 - print article

KRIV Channel 26 6/12/13- TV interview