Appeal To Fly AFTER DEATH Guitarist's Body Home From Brazil

Peter Gruner of the Camden New Journal reports: The mother of [AFTER DEATH] guitarist who drowned with a bandmate in Brazil spoke of her devastation this week.

Lucretia Vilalba, whose son Leon, 21, died with bandmate Timothy Kennelly, 18, from Ealing, was preparing to fly back to the Philippines to receive the young man's body after it was washed up on a beach in Brazil last week.

Ms Vilalba, a single mother who works as a cleaner, described Leon as the best son a mother could have. "He was very kind and caring and I shall miss him terribly," she said.

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