It’s no an exaggerator to say the Robert Muller, former director of the FBI and special counsel, has become a household hame in recent months, but for families and friends connected to the Pan Am 103 bombing, he was a tenacious advocate who often attended the annual memorial service in Arlington National Cemetery. CNN’s profile…Details
Reviewing a recent performance of Deborah Brevoort’s play, Women of Lockerbie, critic Matthew Palm writes:
There’s a lovely sense of place in “The Women of Lockerbie,” the latest play at Rollins College’s Annie Russell Theatre. You can sense it in the way the characters talk about the Scottish village.
His full review is available here.
“She was one of a kind”
Lauren Henry. Karen’s roommate, 1968-87.
Karen Lee Hunt would have turned 50 today.
Francis “Frank” Duggan, president of the Victims of Pan Am Flight 103, died on Wednesday after a long illness. His obituary provides a description of his long association with VPAF 103 and his years of service to their cause: After the 1988 terrorist bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, President George H.W. Bush appointed him…Details
Syracuse University hosts Remembrance Week for Pan Am 103 victims Syracuse University hosted a Candle Light Vigil Mass Sunday to honor the victims of the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing, nearly 29 years ago. The mass marks the beginning of Remembrance Week on campus. An inside look at the Remembrance Program Campus community gathers for…Details
This year’s Remembrance Scholars are releasing a series of videos honoring the Syracuse students last on Pan Am 103 and paying homage to Remembrance Scholars in past years.
Maddie Buckley, the 2017 Remembrance Scholar representing Karen, recorded the following video:
The videos are posted on the group’s Facebook page.