The Bristol community continues to rally around the Crum family following the deaths of Corey Crum, a businessman and head baseball coach at Liberty County High School, and his wife, Shana Crum.

The Crums both were electrocuted and killed Sunday afternoon while they and other volunteers were working to spruce up the athletic field at Liberty County High School. The accident happened after a boom truck Corey Crum was operating hit an overhead power line. Shana Crum died after she rushed to help her husband. Their son Chase, 14, who also tried to help, was electrocuted as well but survived.

Heather Richter, who worked with Shana Crum at Hosford School, set up a GoFundMe page to help cover funeral expenses and provide for Chase. As of Wednesday afternoon, nearly 100 people donated more than $7,000 toward a goal of $20,000.

"I donated because their son was with his parents trying to make the field better after Hurricane Michael," wrote one donor, Joy Stata. "He witnessed the accident and tried to help his mom and dad. He was injured and is out of the hospital and we can help with his recovery and future!"

Richter wrote that a family member expressed gratitude for the outpouring of love and support.

"Both Corey and Shana will be greatly missed in our community!" she wrote.

A joint memorial service for Corey Crum, 39, and Shana Crum, 41, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Veterans Memorial Civic Center, 10405 NW Theo Jacobs Way in Bristol. Bevis Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

The family has asked people attending the funeral to make donations to the Liberty County Baseball Boosters in lieu of flowers. Donations should be made to Liberty County Baseball Boosters, care of the Calhoun-Liberty Employees Credit Union, PO Box 17394 NW Charlie Johns Street, Blountstown, Florida, 32424.