The death of one child is hard enough, but losing two beautiful angels at one time seems even harder to deal with. No amount of time away that pain, and even two years later, we are sure the family still hurts and our community still feels that pain.
Faith Castilaw & Patience Lobell will always be in the hearts of the St. Amant Volunteer Fire Department First Responders and the community of St. Amant. We will never forget and be forever thankful for the two young children who survived that tragic accident on Stringer Bridge Rd. this very night, two years ago.
The sisters gone too soon ran together and played together on earth, and we find some solace in knowing they do the same now as they have joined together in God’s Kingdom.
Today, Friday, February 21, at 5:00 p.m., the members of the St. Amant Volunteer Fire Department will visit the site of the accident and release flowers in the water and balloons in the air.
We ask the community to join us, or if they are unable to join us, then to at least stop for a moment and remember the losses our community has faced. We are strong and we do bounce back. However, we never forget.
Faith + Patience = Hope
Written and submitted by St. Amant Volunteer Fire Department Chief James LeBlanc