Mary said that Kenneth was a wonderful husband and father, and will be sorely missed.
Mary said that Kenneth would never call in sick to work, and deserved a much better fate.
“He did not deserve to go out this way. He should have died in his sleep as an old man on a lounge chair watching a ball game,” she said, adding, “He died very cruelly; that is what I’m angry at the most.”
“I get up and open my eyes, because I have a 4-year-old daughter. She doesn’t have Daddy here,” Mary said.
She also said that the community of South Brunswick has really opened their hearts to the family following the disaster. “They all came out for a service. They brought fire trucks, police cars, and the people packed the road,” Mary said, noting, “It was the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen.”
She also said that we should be careful not to attack our own neighbors who may be from that part of the world.
“We should not be attacking our brothers. Then we are just as bad as they are,” she said.