Abigail Hett Death – How did Abigail Hett die? – cause of death – dead : obituary – tributes
Abigail Hett Cause of death – What happened?
- Date of death: May 30, 2021
- Death Age: 39-year-old
- Cause of Death : VEHICLE CRASH
The Kansas Highway Patrol says three people died — including a central Kansas pastor and his 10-year-old daughter — in a head-on crash on Interstate 135 near Salina.
The patrol stated that the crash happened around 1:30 p.m. Sunday about 8 miles south of Salina.
Investigators said a northbound pickup truck driven by 24-year-old Christopher Giroux, of Salina, crossed the interstate median into southbound lanes and collided with another pickup truck.
Giroux was killed, as was the other driver, 39-year-old Phillip Hett, and his daughter, 10-year-old Abigail Hett.
Abigail Hett Obituary, Funeral Arrangement
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Tributes to Abigail Hett
With the announcement of the death of the deceased, social media pages have been flooded with tributes, kind words and prayers from family, friends and loved ones.
It is hard to loose someone and we send our best wishes, prayers and love to the deceased’s family, friends and everyone affected by this loss.
Bethany Village wrote;
Dear Bethany Village Family,
It is with great sadness that I write to inform you of the passing of our beloved Pastor Phillip Hett. He and his daughters were involved in a collision today, Sunday, May 30, 2021. Phil and Abigail did not survive the accident, and daughter Jillian is in Wesley Medical Center. Please keep their family in your prayers and hold one another close as we all come to terms with this tragedy.
Phil was truly a wonderful man and a servant of our Lord. I hope we can all honor him by supporting one another as he supported us through our hardest times. While there are no words for a time like this, let us all be grateful for having known this family, for the joy they brought into our lives, and for the caring they demonstrated toward others.
We will be working with area ministers in the coming days to help those in need and determine how we can continue to honor Phil’s work in our mission.
May God’s Peace be with us all.
Photo credits by friend and co-worker, Shelley Conner Photography
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