Vigil held for Savannah Spurlock
RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) – Family and friends of Savannah Spurlock gathered in the Eastside Community Church in Richmond to pray for the missing mother.
“I’ve been really overwhelmed by just the shear vastness of where people are supporting from, I mean from all over they’re in Russia, and New Zealand and Denmark, literally from all over the world,” said Savannah’s aunt, Lisa Thoma. Thoma helped organize the vigil.
Savannah’s mother makes it clear that she’s not losing her faith in finding her daughter, who’s been missing since early January.
“I have to keep the hope, because if I don’t, I would fold, I would break down and I can’t do that. I’ve got a 13 year-old, her sister, who I have to, you know, go on for. Until there’s no reason to have hope, I have that hope,” says Ellen Spurlock.