Prayer vigil held for family who died in Early County crash

Prayer vigil held for family who died in Early County crash

DAMASCUS, GA (WALB) - Today Southwest Georgia Academy hosted a prayer vigil for Henley and Aaron Haire's family.

Their family, who lost their mother Renee Henley Haire. As well as Henley's parents Glynn Austin Henley and Gloria Ann Henley.

"You know our family members are not there, people we've all grown up with," Rick LaGuardia said.

The three died in a car accident Saturday night on US 84. They were struck by a driver going the wrong way on the road. Renee's brother Kim Henley, the fourth passenger in the vehicle still remains in the hospital.

" We just can't wait to get back and take leadership and he can pull the family togther and just keep on moving on," LaGuardia said.

Kim is known as the rock of the family. But Renee was known as the light.

"She would touch you heart when she sung a song,"  Jeffery Haire said.

Renee's family says that they are grateful to see all the support that came out today.

"I just want to give a thank you to each and everyone," Jeffery Haire said.

Her cousin has a message for all those that knew Renee.

"Your friend, that personality that was like no other is no longer with us on this Earth. But she'll always be with us," LaGuardia said.

The family says that tomorrow they will have the funeral for all three of the Henley's.

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