Morgan Curley remembers her friend, Amber Kirwan, as she looks at the monument for Kirwan, who wentmissing last year. Her body was found later in Heathbell, N.S. The monument was unveiled during a memorial ceremony on the anniversary of her disappearance.
NEW GLASGOW – As she looks at the monument dedicated to her friend who went missing, she finds it hard to believe it’s been a year since she last spoke to her.
Morgan Curley was one of many in the community who attended the unveiling of a monument for her friend Amber Kirwan, who went missing exactly one year before the service.
“She was a good friend of mine,” Curley said. “I was with her at Dooley’s the night she went missing. It’s hard to believe a whole year has gone by.”
Curley said she thought the unveiling service was a nice tribute to her friend.
“I’m glad something has been erected so her friends have a place to go and remember her,” she said. “I thought (the service) was really nice.”
“I think it’s really nice that it’s not only for her, but for anyone who has lost someone,” Curley said of the monument.