The families and friends of three men and two children that when missing off of 12 Mile Bank over the weekend are still coming to grips with their disappearance. For the students at Red Bay Primary School and John Gray High School, dealing with the grief and uncertainty is something they must come to grips with as they hold on the good memories of their beloved classmates.
Kamron Brown is 11-years-old and the eldest of the two brothers. He had just began his first year of high school. Teachers and staff of the JGHS told Cayman 27 he was a lively, bubbly child with a passion for learning.
His energy was contagious and helped to keep lessons lively and interesting. His teacher Alison Foster told Cayman 27, “As soon as he came and you saw his little face peaking through the window. His smile beautiful,” said Ms Foster.
It seems the lively personality runs in the family. Young Kanyi is well known through out the tightly knitted school community that is Red Bay Primary School. Principal Dr. Vickie Frederick told Cayman 27 losing Kanyi is like losing a family member.
“When one hurts, we all hurt. When one rejoices, we all rejoice with them and Kanyi was no different form the rest. He was a special child,” said Dr. Frederick.
The teachers and students have joined the community with expressing their support and heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of the missing five.