Mystery, now misery for victims’ families

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March 23, 2014 by runthruthis

State of the Union

By Paige Hymson

“Sometimes there are no immediate answers. There will always be questions.”

Rev. Earl Johnson, who served as the national spiritual care manager for the American Red Cross, reminds the public not to forget about the families of passengers on board Malaysia Airline Flight 370. As we eagerly watch as the mystery unfolds, those who truly need answers, are families of the victims. The 239 passengers on board this flight are all unique people, with individual stories, and families who struggle to hold on to hope.

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