Of passage for providing support to the family of Norah and Romy Carpentier, mayor of the city of Lévis has announced that the city would be a gesture to honor the memory of the girls who died tragically.
Gilles Lehouillier made the announcement at the output of the funeral Complex, Claude Marcoux, where the family received the sympathies of the population.
“We will take the necessary measures to ensure that in the parc des Chutes-de-la-Chaudière, the memory of the young girls will be honored forever. We will install a commemorative plaque,” said Mr. Lehouillier, who wished to announce it to loved ones today.
“This is the message we want to send to the family. A message of memory in time. We will never forget this drama, which came to us, with two girls are exceptional,” added the mayor.
This decision of the city is explained by the duty of memory that comes with such a tragedy. Because it does not happen to other to remember Gilles Lehouillier.
“We can offer our sympathies, but, basically, this is nothing compared to the pain that the family lives. It is for that reason that we wanted to honor permanently the memory of the girls,” insists the elected.