All Access President Loses Home in California Wildfire

Please join CMB in praying for Joel Denver and his fiancee, Kym, as they lost their Malibu home on Friday due to the California wildfires.

All Access President & Publisher Joel Denver said, “Our hearts and thoughts are with everyone affected by this terrible Woolsey Fire, as well as the nearby Hill Fire, who have been displaced and have lost homes and businesses.

“Sadly, my fiancee Kym and I lost our home in Latigo Canyon in the fire on Friday.  It was my home for 31 amazing years.  We evacuated grabbing our pets, some belongings and very little else, so we are in rebuild mode. Our heartfelt thanks to the many friends and clients who have reached out with words of support and kindness — it has truly buoyed our spirits. We are planning to rebuild.

“We are very blessed that the fire has been driven back from our offices — it got rather close, scorching some landscape. My thanks to my wonderful staff who are going to keep things moving just as if we were in the office.  We won’t skip a beat.”

The All Access Headquarters in Malibu has been spared by the fires, and despite the mandatory evacuation, is still operating remotely at 100%.

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