Comments for: More than 500 at UMaine mourn fraternity brothers killed in plane crash

Posted Nov. 27, 2012, at 9:06 p.m.

ORONO | Hundreds of mourners memorialized three fraternity brothers who worked tirelessly to better the lives of others during a ceremony Tuesday night at the University of Maine. Members of the university’s Greek community, students, faculty and school officials filled Hauck Auditorium and its more than 500 seats in …

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  • From the article: Images of the three young crash victims goofing around with friends and fraternity brothers drew chuckles, in spite of many tears, from those who knew the men.

    My mom died in 2009 and she didn’t want a funeral. She wanted what she called a celebration of life. We had a lot of pictures of her throughout life and a slideshow running and people spoke about the good times. While a lot of tears flowed that day we also had a lot of good laughs about the good times.

    Nice to see such a large group come together to remember these three men. None who I knew but from what I’ve read they where truly good people.

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