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Coming together for mother who died after childbirth; benefits held in West Allis

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WEST ALLIS (WITI) -- Another benefit was held on Sunday, April 27th to celebrate the life of Stacie Napoli -- a West Allis Police Detective who passed away suddenly on February 17th due to complications from childbirth. Napoli died shortly after giving birth to twins.

Stacie Napoli

Stacie Napoli

There were two separate events planned for Sunday beginning with a family-friendly event at Nathan Hale High School on Lincoln Avenue in West Allis.

From 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., there will be vendors, raffles, silent auctions, 50/50s and a children's play area.

Admission to this event is $10 for adults, $5 for children 8-17 years old, and free for children 7 and under.

Attendees could get $3 off admission by bringing in a box of diapers for Napoli's twins.

100 percent of the proceeds from this event will benefit Napoli's husband and children.

After the benefit at Nathan Hale, a second event is planned for the 1022 Pub & Grub beginning at 6:00 p.m.

Billy O'Dwyer and Keith Pulvermacher from Chasin' Mason will perform.

The cover at the door is $5 -- with 100 percent of the proceeds going to Napoli's family.

There will be drink specials and food available.

Stacie Napoli was 39 years old, and a 17-year veteran of the West Allis Police Department.

CLICK HERE to learn more about these fundraising events.

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