Christmas display memorializes daughter killed on the Red Hill Valley ParkwayChristmas display memorializes daughter killed on the Red Hill Valley ParkwayChristmas display memorializes daughter killed on the Red Hill Valley Parkway

by:CAI YI JIE     2019-10-03
BURLINGTON —
Their baby daughter Christine was killed in a car accident in 2014.
But Gary and Treena Williams\'s annual Christmas light display on Burlington\'s front lawn provides some comfort when they are sad.
This is the way they commemorate Christine.
\"We want her to see it from the sky,\" Treena said . \".
Kristin\'s mother said she loved everything about Christmas, so her father put a glowing angel for each of them at his annual exhibition for Kristin and her boyfriend Aaron Haier, this is very suitable. That year, the two were inseparable from The Valley Avenue in Hamilton.
Kristen was 19 and Aaron was 18, and their car ran over the middle and hit the head --
On the afternoon of October, two cars were driven near Garth Street. 23.
Both of them took part in M. M.
Robinson High School-
Kristine is a passionate fashion and makeup enthusiast who recently graduated and works at a makeup counter at a local shopping pharmacy
Aaron is in a circle of victory at school.
Williams recalled that on Christmas morning, Christine was always the first of their four children to get up and go downstairs to the tree.
Her mother said she would wear Santa\'s hat and like to shop for gifts.
\"She picked gifts for everyone very carefully.
She considered a lot for them.
She may walk all day and get only one item.
And Gary said
At the home of 2392 Arnold Chris. —
It\'s what he wants to do.
What he must do.
He said, \"I\'m a real man . . . . . . This helps to cope with grief . \".
He fondly remembered how Christine protected the once smaller exhibition, so that at the age of 10, she chased the child who threw a snowball at it in the street as a sign of discontent.
This year, Gary added five more angels, each with a name to honor others who like Christine and Aaron, \"they are young children and go too fast.
\"There was Christine and Aaron in front, and there was an angel in the back, representing Michael Shule, 25, kaledonia, who died in RHVP on January;
For Jordan Hastings and Olivia smothsky of Hamilton, who died in May 2015, it was also on Park Avenue.
Treena says all of them died in a cross accident where they were hit in the headon. (
This fall, she and Gary have joined other parents in pleading with Hamilton City Council to set up an intermediate barrier on Red Valley Avenue. )
The other two angels were given to the boy who died under other circumstances.
One was Nicholas Spencer from Cambridge, and the other was that Williams did not give details because the father was still sad.
Treena notes that when the rest of the display is off, the lit Angel stays until the evening.
Despite Williams\'s own heartache, they know that others are also happy to be at their memorial Christmas show.
Treena said, \"One person told us that because they thought it was Disney World, he had to drive his children here three times a day.
\"The story initially gave three wrong places to death for those who were honored.
The accidents occurred on Red Valley Park Avenue.
The audience felt sorry for the mistake.
Cfragomeni @ thespec. com 905-526-
3392 | @ Cargill specburlington-
Their baby daughter Christine was killed in a car accident in 2014.
But Gary and Treena Williams\'s annual Christmas light display on Burlington\'s front lawn provides some comfort when they are sad.
This is the way they commemorate Christine.
\"We want her to see it from the sky,\" Treena said . \".
Kristin\'s mother said she loved everything about Christmas, so her father put a glowing angel for each of them at his annual exhibition for Kristin and her boyfriend Aaron Haier, this is very suitable. That year, the two were inseparable from The Valley Avenue in Hamilton.
Kristen was 19 and Aaron was 18, and their car ran over the middle and hit the head --
On the afternoon of October, two cars were driven near Garth Street. 23.
Both of them took part in M. M.
Robinson High School-
Kristine is a passionate fashion and makeup enthusiast who recently graduated and works at a makeup counter at a local shopping pharmacy
Aaron is in a circle of victory at school.
Williams recalled that on Christmas morning, Christine was always the first of their four children to get up and go downstairs to the tree.
Her mother said she would wear Santa\'s hat and like to shop for gifts.
\"She picked gifts for everyone very carefully.
She considered a lot for them.
She may walk all day and get only one item.
And Gary said
At the home of 2392 Arnold Chris. —
It\'s what he wants to do.
What he must do.
He said, \"I\'m a real man . . . . . . This helps to cope with grief . \".
He fondly remembered how Christine protected the once smaller exhibition, so that at the age of 10, she chased the child who threw a snowball at it in the street as a sign of discontent.
This year, Gary added five more angels, each with a name to honor others who like Christine and Aaron, \"they are young children and go too fast.
\"There was Christine and Aaron in front, and there was an angel in the back, representing Michael Shule, 25, kaledonia, who died in RHVP on January;
For Jordan Hastings and Olivia smothsky of Hamilton, who died in May 2015, it was also on Park Avenue.
Treena says all of them died in a cross accident where they were hit in the headon. (
This fall, she and Gary have joined other parents in pleading with Hamilton City Council to set up an intermediate barrier on Red Valley Avenue. )
The other two angels were given to the boy who died under other circumstances.
One was Nicholas Spencer from Cambridge, and the other was that Williams did not give details because the father was still sad.
Treena notes that when the rest of the display is off, the lit Angel stays until the evening.
Despite Williams\'s own heartache, they know that others are also happy to be at their memorial Christmas show.
Treena said, \"One person told us that because they thought it was Disney World, he had to drive his children here three times a day.
\"The story initially gave three wrong places to death for those who were honored.
The accidents occurred on Red Valley Park Avenue.
The audience felt sorry for the mistake.
Cfragomeni @ thespec. com 905-526-
3392 | @ Cargill specburlington-
Their baby daughter Christine was killed in a car accident in 2014.
But Gary and Treena Williams\'s annual Christmas light display on Burlington\'s front lawn provides some comfort when they are sad.
This is the way they commemorate Christine.
\"We want her to see it from the sky,\" Treena said . \".
Kristin\'s mother said she loved everything about Christmas, so her father put a glowing angel for each of them at his annual exhibition for Kristin and her boyfriend Aaron Haier, this is very suitable. That year, the two were inseparable from The Valley Avenue in Hamilton.
Kristen was 19 and Aaron was 18, and their car ran over the middle and hit the head --
On the afternoon of October, two cars were driven near Garth Street. 23.
Both of them took part in M. M.
Robinson High School-
Kristine is a passionate fashion and makeup enthusiast who recently graduated and works at a makeup counter at a local shopping pharmacy
Aaron is in a circle of victory at school.
Williams recalled that on Christmas morning, Christine was always the first of their four children to get up and go downstairs to the tree.
Her mother said she would wear Santa\'s hat and like to shop for gifts.
\"She picked gifts for everyone very carefully.
She considered a lot for them.
She may walk all day and get only one item.
And Gary said
At the home of 2392 Arnold Chris. —
It\'s what he wants to do.
What he must do.
He said, \"I\'m a real man . . . . . . This helps to cope with grief . \".
He fondly remembered how Christine protected the once smaller exhibition, so that at the age of 10, she chased the child who threw a snowball at it in the street as a sign of discontent.
This year, Gary added five more angels, each with a name to honor others who like Christine and Aaron, \"they are young children and go too fast.
\"There was Christine and Aaron in front, and there was an angel in the back, representing Michael Shule, 25, kaledonia, who died in RHVP on January;
For Jordan Hastings and Olivia smothsky of Hamilton, who died in May 2015, it was also on Park Avenue.
Treena says all of them died in a cross accident where they were hit in the headon. (
This fall, she and Gary have joined other parents in pleading with Hamilton City Council to set up an intermediate barrier on Red Valley Avenue. )
The other two angels were given to the boy who died under other circumstances.
One was Nicholas Spencer from Cambridge, and the other was that Williams did not give details because the father was still sad.
Treena notes that when the rest of the display is off, the lit Angel stays until the evening.
Despite Williams\'s own heartache, they know that others are also happy to be at their memorial Christmas show.
Treena said, \"One person told us that because they thought it was Disney World, he had to drive his children here three times a day.
\"The story initially gave three wrong places to death for those who were honored.
The accidents occurred on Red Valley Park Avenue.
The audience felt sorry for the mistake.
Cfragomeni @ thespec. com 905-526-
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