Sunday, January 4, 2015

Aaron BremnerThe search has continued throughout the day since first light. We are grateful for the tireless efforts of the Fire Dept., U.S. Coast guard, Department of Land and Natural Resources.

We are holding onto hope for the safe return of Aaron. Please join us in prayer for Aaron and his family as we continue to stand with them.

According to reports from The Coast Guard, they will continue searching throughout the night and plan to extend their search tomorrow.

We are also thankful for the more than 50 volunteers from the local community who came and demonstrated their support through combing and cleaning the beach areas of debris from the wreckage.

We are continuing to provide support and care to the four other crew members who are safe and well.

Interested in knowing more? Contact us. We’d love to chat!

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