Bench in memory of Sherin Mathews unveiled in Dallas
People from Richardson and surrounding communities united to search and pray for Sherin, regardless of religion, language, race, culture or nationality.
By: PTI | Houston | Published: December 31, 2017 11:04 am
The bench was unveiled at a portion of the cemetery dedicated to young children. (File)
Teary-eyed community members have unveiled a permanent site in memory of Sherin Mathews, the Indian toddler who went missing mysteriously and was found dead in a culvert, at an interfaith ceremony at a cemetery in Dallas.
A granite bench engraved with 3-year-old Sherin’s name and an epitaph adorns the landscaped site, in a portion of the Restland Funeral home and Cemetery in Dallas.
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