Parents still grappling with death of St Margaret’s boy

-yet to receive findings of completed probe

While most parents busied themselves shopping this Christmas for gifts for their children, a mother and father grapple with the loss of their eight-year-old son.

“He could have been with me now and we would have went and shop,” said Roxanne Hubbard, who noted that the privilege was taken from her. “I tell myself that God loved him more than I did, that’s why he took him…and I have to live with that.”

As she prepared her home for the holidays, she was constantly bombarded with memories of her son’s voice, of Valentine’s Day …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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