Families grieve with news no passengers survived

Many people around the world, including myself have waited for daily updates on the missing Malaysia Airlines aircraft since March 8th, 2014.  We also grieved with the loved ones of the 239 people on board when it was confirmed yesterday (17 days later) that the aircraft went down in a remote part of the Indian Ocean with no survivors.  As fellow grievers, we remember what the early days of loss are like.  Ahead of you on that journey, we are extending our heartfelt empathy and virtual open arms for you to share your feelings so we can share our support.  Here is an article from USA Today:


The father of Phillip Wood, one of the American passengers on board was quoted earlier,

“I’m at peace about it,” Aubrey Wood said. “If he passed on, he’s with the Lord. We’ll see him again either way.”

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