This page was created as a memorial to those lost or missing in Abaco, Bahamas as a result of Hurricane Dorian.
We may never know for certain how many souls left us on September 1, 2019. What we do know is that each was a person who lived, loved and was loved in return. They were parents, siblings, children, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and coworkers.
Here, we will celebrate their lives and honour their memories. This page is for the entire Abaco community. You’re encouraged to share names, photographs and memories of anyone lost during Hurricane Dorian by sending me an email or leaving a note in the comments section below.
May their souls rest in eternal peace and may their families and friends find solace and healing.
9 thoughts on “Remembering Those Lost to Hurricane Dorian”
Breaks my heart. ???
May the full truth of post dorian events come to light someday. RIP to evety one lost. May families of the dead find peace.
May their souls rest in peace. I pray that their families and friends find comfort and support.
So sad?May their souls Rest In Peace?and my condolences to all the family member of these people?
Kailan McIntosh I only knew him from our ferry boat rides but was always so pleasant and helpful. May he Rest In Peace. My condolences to the family and to all the other families.
Condolences to all the family’s.
What a beautiful tribute to those lost! Even if a picture was not available, the posting of their name give them presence and honored their life. If more lost are known, I pray that their names will be added. May they all rest in eternal peace. Thoughts, prayers, and sympathies to their families and friends.
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