Community joins together in midst of tragedy

Mary Beth Sallee

Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald

 

Last Thursday evening, a prayer vigil was held on the Courthouse lawn in Munfordville to honor the life of Carsyn Drew Tucker and lift-up her family in prayer.

Carsyn, the daughter of Andrew and Leia Tucker, passed away on June 16 after a tragic accident.

Organized by Jessica Nunn and Jonathon and Nikki Crump, the prayer vigil brought Hart Countians together in a true out-pour of love, faith, and support.

“We are blessed to live in a community where we will come together in the midst of tragedy,” said Pastor Paul Grider, who led all of those present in prayer.

Carsyn was only three-years-old, but her sassy personality, sweet smile, and kind soul impacted all who were blessed to know her during her short time on Earth. As her parents have said, she is now resting at the feet of Jesus.

On behalf of Jobe Publishing, Inc., the Hart County News-Herald extends our deepest condolences to the Tucker Family.

The community came together for a prayer vigil that was held on June 17 to honor the life of Carsyn Tucker. Photo by Mary Beth Sallee.

Paul Grider, Pastor of The Way Church, led the community in prayer. Photo by Mary Beth Sallee.

 

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