Some may remember this story from last year. CNS has an update:
In March 2017, Deacon Norm Keller and his wife, Barbara, lost their home in Marietta after a private plane crashed into their front yard and exploded.
The fire ravaged the house and the mementos collected during their marriage. The focus quickly turned from the house toward the pilot, who died in the crash.
“He was a father and a grandfather, just like me. We pray they are comforted,” said Deacon Keller at the time.
Deacon Keller serves at St. Joseph Church in Marietta. The Kellers settled into a new house six months after the plane crash.
“We moved in on Sept. 18. It’s about four miles from where we used to live,” Deacon Keller told The Georgia Bulletin, newspaper of the Archdiocese of Atlanta.
The couple’s new home is in Kennesaw and was blessed by Atlanta Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory Nov. 29.
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