Saturday, March 21, 2009

Body of Former Seminarian Found

After three months the body is found. The original story is here. John Paul is the one in the middle. May God bless them.

KSDK -- The body of a Chesterfield man who disappeared while on his way home from college has been found south of Columbia, Missouri.

Corporal Lou Amighetti of the Missouri State Water Patrol said 21-year-old John Paul Forget's body was found by a railroad worker in the Missouri River in Sandy Hook in Moniteau County.

Forget went missing on December 16 when he reportedly fell from the I-70 bridge in Boone County. Forget was a passenger in a car that spun out and slid into the bridge. After exiting the vehicle, he jumped from the bridge to get out of the way of an on-coming tractor-trailer. There were extensive, yet unsuccessful search efforts.

Forget was a student at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas.

Friends and family paid their respects to Forget in a memorial service December 27 at Saint Alban Roe in Wildwood.

1 comment:

Shirley said...

May the Lord have mercy on his soul and his family find peace of heart.