Hani Beitinjaneh (right) cries as he sits in a wheelchair bound next to his wife's coffin during the funeral for Léa Guilbeault at Ste. Therese de l'enfant Jesus church in Montreal, Tuesday July 21 2009. Guilbeault was crushed to death when a piece of concrete fell from a building on Peel St. Photograph by: Allen McInnis, THE GAZETTE
From The Montreal Gazette:
MONTREAL - Léa Guilbeault’s family and friends gathered to say goodbye to their “sunshine” on Tuesday at Église Ste. Thérèse-de-l'Enfant Jésus on St. Hubert St.
Her husband, Hani Beitinjaneh, who was in a wheelchair from the injuries he sustained in the accident that killed Guilbeault, spoke to his late wife’s rose-draped casket between gasps and sobs.
“Léa, I love you, I will always miss you,” he said. “I’m so grateful to have had you in my life, even if it was sort a short period. I’m the luckiest man alive.”
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More News On The Peel Street Tragedy
Tearful husband says goodbye to Montrealer killed by falling concrete -- CBC
Funeral for Lea Guilbeault -- CTV
Mourners say goodbye at funeral for Montreal woman killed by concrete slab -- Canadian Press
'Hard to imagine she is gone' -- Vancouver Sun
Concrete death shocks coroner -- Vancouver Sun