Skip to comments.Thurman Munson’s widow heartbroken for Vanessa Bryant: ‘I wish I could hug her’
Posted on 01/27/2020 11:56:18 PM PST by nickcarraway
In the 40 years since Diana Munson lost her husband, Thurman, in a plane crash, shes had countless conversations with fans who tell her where they were when the accident happened and she never stops them.
Rarely, though, does what happened on Aug. 2, 1979, come into focus as much as it did Sunday, when Diana and the world learned that Kobe Bryant had been killed along with his daughter Gianna and seven others in a helicopter crash outside of Los Angeles.
[Sunday] opened up a lot of wounds for me, Diana said by phone Monday. It brought back that day very clearly. And it brought back a lot of feelings. Feelings Ive tried to suppress for years. But its always there.
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Well, there’s probably no reason you can’t. Let the dust settle then go see her?
She had better not wait too long.
The line for giving Vanessa Bryant a hug is going to be a very long one. Kobe was a very lucky man.
Diana never re married her true love was Thurman forever. Rest in peace Thurman.
As much as I feel for Kobe’s family in their loss, I’m tired of news not mentioning the names and showing photo’s of the other people that died. What they say “Kobe and his daughter, and 7 others died”, blah blah.
How about the husband, wife (mother and father) and one daughter of a family that died as well on that plane?
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