Online vigil held for Savannah Spurlock, father speaks out
RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) – It’s been 100 days since Richmond mother Savannah Spurlock went missing.
Savannah’s aunt, Lisa Thoma, was joined by thousands of viewers from across the country for an online vigil.
She prayed for the missing mother’s safe return and for everyone working to try and bring her home.
Savannah’s father, Cecil Spurlock read a letter he wrote with Savannah’s fiance a couple hours before the service.
“Through what at times feels like overwhelming despair these past three months, we also feel overcome with gratitude. There are so many people and groups that we feel eternally grateful towards,” said Cecil Spurlock.