Kodiak memorial held for lost fisherman

KODIAK, Alaska – As mourners prepared to release balloons into the air above  Kodiak on Wednesday, the clouds parted and the rain stopped. Then, incredibly, a  rainbow appeared.
It was a perfect ending to the memorial service for  Jaime Gallegos, 31, who disappeared at sea after the fishing vessel Advantage  sank on Friday. Three other men were rescued from the Advantage, but one, boat  captain Leif Bolan, died after the rescue. The family of Leif Bolan announced  that a memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday in St. James the  Fisherman Episcopal Church in Kodiak..
Read more:  Fairbanks Daily News-Miner – Kodiak memorial held for lost fisherman

4 Responses to Kodiak memorial held for lost fisherman

  1. Amy Gallegos says:

    Jaime Gallegos was and always will be my husband and bestfriend

    • borehead - Moderator says:

      Amy, those are beautiful word’s. Yes he is.
      I send you my deepest condolences, and this post will be on my mind for a long time. I’m glad you found this place, and you could say what is in your heart. That is true love. BH

  2. john says:

    Amy ! My name is Johnny Boy from Antioch , Ca . I knew jaime very well he was like my big brother when i met him fresh from Hayward , Ca . I hadn’t spoke to him since 2004 . But he was always misses . To hear this news today just broke my heart . I wish i knew how to get a hold of sabrina his younger sister. I lost contact from his fam. I’m so very sorry. [email protected]

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