Sue Byrd, far left, whose son Brian died in the crash, was hugged by Southland Christian Church Pastor Jon Weece, as Lois Turner, who lost her husband Larry, talked to lead investigator Deborah Hersman, right, following the dedication of the memorial.
Sue Byrd, far left, whose son Brian died in the crash, was hugged by Southland Christian Church Pastor Jon Weece, as Lois Turner, who lost her husband Larry, talked to lead investigator Deborah Hersman, right, following the dedication of the memorial.
Sue Byrd, far left, whose son Brian died in the crash, was hugged by Southland Christian Church Pastor Jon Weece, as Lois Turner, who lost her husband Larry, talked to lead investigator Deborah Hersman, right, following the dedication of the memorial.

Families see hope, peace in new memorial to Flight 5191

August 28, 2011 12:00 AM

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