We Bid Them Farewell in Grief and Bewilderment; Funerals for 8 People Murdered in Tunisia

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We Bid Them Farewell in Grief and Bewilderment; Funerals for 8 People Murdered in Tunisia


Byline: MARTIN FRICKER

EIGHT victims of the Tunisia beach terror attack were laid to rest in funerals yesterday.

Thousands gathered to mourn the eight, who were among 30 British tourists killed by an Islamic State fanatic in Sousse.

They included three members of the same family who tried to protect each other as gunman Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire.

Adrian Evans, 44, his nephew Joel Richards, 19, and father Charles "Pat" Evans, 78, died just after arriving at the resort.

A heartbreaking photo on their order of service showed them smiling on the plane to Tunisia last month.

Around 700 people turned out for the keen Walsall FC fans at their joint service in West Bromwich. Monsignor Bruce Harbert told the congregation: "Even in their last moments they stayed together, seeking to protect each other. We we bid them farewell in grief and bewilderment, we salute them also with a touch of pride."

Mourners included Joel's 16-year-old brother Owen, who survived the attack, and their mother Suzanne.

At the funeral of Carly Lovett, 24, fiance Liam Moore told of their final moments together. Liam, who was with her on the beach when 23-year-old Rezgui opened fire, told the hundreds of tearful mourners in Gainsborough, Lincs: "She told me she loved me, I told her I love her. …

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