Mourners Overflowed in Funeral Service for Slain Ontario Teacher

January 20, 2013

The funeral service for a slain kindergarten teacher from Sarnia was full to overflowing as it was held in a church that is located in Brights Grove, Ont.
Noelle Paquette went missing after she left a New Year’s Eve party that was held in Sarnia. Exactly a day after, her body was found in a woodlot that was located west of Petrolia.
There have been two people charged with first degree murder – Michael MacGregor, 19, and Tanya Bogdanovich, 31 – and on Tuesday they are scheduled to make their appearance in court.
The police refuse to comment on the manner that Paquette died, even though the University Hospital in London conducted an autopsy last weekend.
More than a thousand mourners were drawn to downtown Sarnia last Monday evening where an emotional candlelight vigil was held. The funeral service soon followed after that, and even the side rooms of St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church were used to enable those who failed to secure a seat in the sanctuary to get a glimpse of the service.
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