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Vigil held in Youngstown for those who lost to COVID-19

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Vigil held in Youngstown for those who lost to COVID-19


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Most of those in attendance spoke on behalf of a loved one caught too early by COVID-19 as their memories are never forgotten by our community.
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To mark the first anniversary of COVID-19, the city of Youngstown held a vigil to remember those lost in the pandemic.
Most of those in attendance spoke on behalf of a loved one caught too early by COVID-19 as their memories are never forgotten by our community.
Youngstown Police Chief Carl Davis adds music for those seated in mourning, holding remembrance posters for family and friends.
Andrea and Adrian Gillam reflect on the life of their father, longtime Youngstown advisor Artis Gillam.
« HIT WAS ALWAYS TO LIVE YOUR DREAMS, TALK FROM YOUR MIND AND DEFEND WHAT YOU BELIEVE IN WHAT. reAD WAS SMALL AS WE ARE BUT IT WAS BIGGER THAN LIFESaid Gillam.
Barb Perry spoke about her husband Thom who loved music, animals and his faith. Less than a week after Thom died, Barb’s colleague also died of COVID-19.
is HAVE SERVICE NIGHTMARES BUT THIS NIGHTMARE is I just wish someone would wake me up. SO is WORK LIKE A BIGGER DOOR AT THE LIBERTY WALMART AND BELIEVE ME is TELL YOU TO PUT ON AN O MASKn, it Perry.
Kim Moses remembers her husband Michael after a month-long battle with COVID-19. The couple were very cautious of the virus.
« MY MARI WAS VERY ATHLETIC HE WAS VERY COMPETITIVE HE IS AN AVID GOLFER. isIF YOU DON’T BELIEVE COVID IS REAL, YOU SHOULD LISTEN TO PEOPLE WHO EXPERIENCE IT, ”said Moses.
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