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by:Grade     2020-05-31
GUELPH —
Guelph\'s driveway, blocked by police tape, became the focus of Sunday\'s candlelight vigil, with exciting cries and cries on the east side street.
Start about 1 pm.
From Guelph and kidina on Sunday
The Waterloo area began to gather on Brunswick Avenue along the side of Dr. Vancouver 55.
A corner bungalow with quaint white lights in the corridor --
A murder investigation is underway.
Guelph police continue to investigate the beloved Seible (Mimi)
Dietrich is a spiritual, caring and generous member of the region\'s missing ethelbia community a year ago.
A tarp in the backyard of the home seems to cover the ground recently excavated.
Last week, the woman\'s husband, Stephen Dietrich, was charged with murder and obstruction of justice.
Two days later, police announced that forensic investigators had found human remains at the property.
These remains have not yet been identified.
Dietrich is still officially believed to be missing.
She was 39 when she disappeared in last July.
In the early days of Sunday\'s vigil, it was a challenge to keep the flame of the candle flashing in the pouring rain.
But many of Dietrich\'s friends and admirers say it is important to let the light of her life burn in memory and pray for the safety of her soul and three children.
Dietrich runs a small coffee shop in downtown Guelph and hosts an online Christian talk show.
Almost all of them were standing in the semi-circle in front of the driveway.
Many women wearing black and white headscarves stepped forward and stood directly in front of the police.
Soon their moaning and sad wailing rose, touching the collective grief that spread instantly in the crowd.
These women leaned over and cried in grief.
The neighbors came out of the House, some rubbed tears in their eyes, others stood on the deck and filmed scenes they might have never seen before.
One elder after another prayed and guided in the words of amararia.
The harsh voice of sadness continues to resonate between the two. hour vigil.
\"First of all, I thank the police investigators,\" said Fikre Ambaw, an elder in the kidina esse community close to Dietrich, like many in the community, she admired her charity work and religious enthusiasm.
\"They did a very good job in resolving the case.
The pastor of the Church of the gospel of Besel esse in kidina, meisphen waldregay, said that part of his prayer for the assembly was for the accused man, Stephen dietri.
\"We care about our husband and we pray God has mercy on him,\" he said in an interview . \".
\"We pray for this broken family and for God\'s protection of their children.
\"Shortly after Dietrich\'s disappearance, members of the Esse community asked Kerry Reyes to investigate the mystery as a private investigator.
Reyes is a researcher who helps the adopted find the family they were born.
She began to determine whether Dietrich had returned to her home country, ethelbia.
\"This is a real tragedy,\" she said . \"
\"She is a very energetic person in the church and is deeply loved.
She was a leader and fired.
Her singing is so beautiful.
This is a huge loss for any child who has lost a mother.
It really attracted me.
\"The police tape the cordon to the front and side while driving home in Vancouver.
The boards were piled up under a spreading tree in the front yard, and there were weeds on the flower beds.
Red Mercedes in Dietrich
Mercedes-Benz and old-fashioned Chrysler are sitting in the driveway.
The area in the backyard seems to have been dug up.
Donna Thomson and Lucio Artuso live in the house across the street.
55 they said police investigations and the disappearance of Dietrich among them were disturbing residents nearby.
\"They are a quiet family,\" Artuso said . \".
She always seems happy.
Thomson said she was moved by the scene on the street and said it was a testament to the love that many people have for Dietrich.
\"It\'s sad, but it\'s like their end,\" she said . \".
Ambaw said that during this deeply disturbing period, many churches in the region have come together to help the community of ethelbia, as it is working to deal with its most outstanding and popular
\"She is a very good person,\" said Ambaw . \"
She especially helps lonely people and single people.
Sometimes they come to her coffee shop and she talks to them and helps them.
At the same time, she talked to them about Christ and helped them in spirit, economy and morality.
She did everything for the glory of God.
\"With the vigil, the rain stopped.
More than 200 people gathered on the glittering streets.
The two police cars at the scene quickly blocked traffic from Brunswick Avenue so that night-keeping activities could be carried out without interruption.
Many children attended the party.
When it comes to placing lit candles at the foot of a small monument set up on the edge of the driveway, it is the children who help to put them neatly on the sidewalk.
There are a few flowers on the monument, as well as two smiling photos of Dietrich.
\"It\'s important.
This is our culture . \"
\"When something happened to one of our families, we got together right away and we were just sad together and helping each other.
At the same time, as a community, we have to be strong and we have to solve their problems when we face the problems of everyone.
Guelph news service-
Guelph\'s driveway, blocked by police tape, became the focus of Sunday\'s candlelight vigil, with exciting cries and cries on the east side street.
Start about 1 pm.
From Guelph and kidina on Sunday
The Waterloo area began to gather on Brunswick Avenue along the side of Dr. Vancouver 55.
A corner bungalow with quaint white lights in the corridor --
A murder investigation is underway.
Guelph police continue to investigate the beloved Seible (Mimi)
Dietrich is a spiritual, caring and generous member of the region\'s missing ethelbia community a year ago.
A tarp in the backyard of the home seems to cover the ground recently excavated.
Last week, the woman\'s husband, Stephen Dietrich, was charged with murder and obstruction of justice.
Two days later, police announced that forensic investigators had found human remains at the property.
These remains have not yet been identified.
Dietrich is still officially believed to be missing.
She was 39 when she disappeared in last July.
In the early days of Sunday\'s vigil, it was a challenge to keep the flame of the candle flashing in the pouring rain.
But many of Dietrich\'s friends and admirers say it is important to let the light of her life burn in memory and pray for the safety of her soul and three children.
Dietrich runs a small coffee shop in downtown Guelph and hosts an online Christian talk show.
Almost all of them were standing in the semi-circle in front of the driveway.
Many women wearing black and white headscarves stepped forward and stood directly in front of the police.
Soon their moaning and sad wailing rose, touching the collective grief that spread instantly in the crowd.
These women leaned over and cried in grief.
The neighbors came out of the House, some rubbed tears in their eyes, others stood on the deck and filmed scenes they might have never seen before.
One elder after another prayed and guided in the words of amararia.
The harsh voice of sadness continues to resonate between the two. hour vigil.
\"First of all, I thank the police investigators,\" said Fikre Ambaw, an elder in the kidina esse community close to Dietrich, like many in the community, she admired her charity work and religious enthusiasm.
\"They did a very good job in resolving the case.
The pastor of the Church of the gospel of Besel esse in kidina, meisphen waldregay, said that part of his prayer for the assembly was for the accused man, Stephen dietri.
\"We care about our husband and we pray God has mercy on him,\" he said in an interview . \".
\"We pray for this broken family and for God\'s protection of their children.
\"Shortly after Dietrich\'s disappearance, members of the Esse community asked Kerry Reyes to investigate the mystery as a private investigator.
Reyes is a researcher who helps the adopted find the family they were born.
She began to determine whether Dietrich had returned to her home country, ethelbia.
\"This is a real tragedy,\" she said . \"
\"She is a very energetic person in the church and is deeply loved.
She was a leader and fired.
Her singing is so beautiful.
This is a huge loss for any child who has lost a mother.
It really attracted me.
\"The police tape the cordon to the front and side while driving home in Vancouver.
The boards were piled up under a spreading tree in the front yard, and there were weeds on the flower beds.
Red Mercedes in Dietrich
Mercedes-Benz and old-fashioned Chrysler are sitting in the driveway.
The area in the backyard seems to have been dug up.
Donna Thomson and Lucio Artuso live in the house across the street.
55 they said police investigations and the disappearance of Dietrich among them were disturbing residents nearby.
\"They are a quiet family,\" Artuso said . \".
She always seems happy.
Thomson said she was moved by the scene on the street and said it was a testament to the love that many people have for Dietrich.
\"It\'s sad, but it\'s like their end,\" she said . \".
Ambaw said that during this deeply disturbing period, many churches in the region have come together to help the community of ethelbia, as it is working to deal with its most outstanding and popular
\"She is a very good person,\" said Ambaw . \"
She especially helps lonely people and single people.
Sometimes they come to her coffee shop and she talks to them and helps them.
At the same time, she talked to them about Christ and helped them in spirit, economy and morality.
She did everything for the glory of God.
\"With the vigil, the rain stopped.
More than 200 people gathered on the glittering streets.
The two police cars at the scene quickly blocked traffic from Brunswick Avenue so that night-keeping activities could be carried out without interruption.
Many children attended the party.
When it comes to placing lit candles at the foot of a small monument set up on the edge of the driveway, it is the children who help to put them neatly on the sidewalk.
There are a few flowers on the monument, as well as two smiling photos of Dietrich.
\"It\'s important.
This is our culture . \"
\"When something happened to one of our families, we got together right away and we were just sad together and helping each other.
At the same time, as a community, we have to be strong and we have to solve their problems when we face the problems of everyone.
Guelph news service-
Guelph\'s driveway, blocked by police tape, became the focus of Sunday\'s candlelight vigil, with exciting cries and cries on the east side street.
Start about 1 pm.
From Guelph and kidina on Sunday
The Waterloo area began to gather on Brunswick Avenue along the side of Dr. Vancouver 55.
A corner bungalow with quaint white lights in the corridor --
A murder investigation is underway.
Guelph police continue to investigate the beloved Seible (Mimi)
Dietrich is a spiritual, caring and generous member of the region\'s missing ethelbia community a year ago.
A tarp in the backyard of the home seems to cover the ground recently excavated.
Last week, the woman\'s husband, Stephen Dietrich, was charged with murder and obstruction of justice.
Two days later, police announced that forensic investigators had found human remains at the property.
These remains have not yet been identified.
Dietrich is still officially believed to be missing.
She was 39 when she disappeared in last July.
In the early days of Sunday\'s vigil, it was a challenge to keep the flame of the candle flashing in the pouring rain.
But many of Dietrich\'s friends and admirers say it is important to let the light of her life burn in memory and pray for the safety of her soul and three children.
Dietrich runs a small coffee shop in downtown Guelph and hosts an online Christian talk show.
Almost all of them were standing in the semi-circle in front of the driveway.
Many women wearing black and white headscarves stepped forward and stood directly in front of the police.
Soon their moaning and sad wailing rose, touching the collective grief that spread instantly in the crowd.
These women leaned over and cried in grief.
The neighbors came out of the House, some rubbed tears in their eyes, others stood on the deck and filmed scenes they might have never seen before.
One elder after another prayed and guided in the words of amararia.
The harsh voice of sadness continues to resonate between the two. hour vigil.
\"First of all, I thank the police investigators,\" said Fikre Ambaw, an elder in the kidina esse community close to Dietrich, like many in the community, she admired her charity work and religious enthusiasm.
\"They did a very good job in resolving the case.
The pastor of the Church of the gospel of Besel esse in kidina, meisphen waldregay, said that part of his prayer for the assembly was for the accused man, Stephen dietri.
\"We care about our husband and we pray God has mercy on him,\" he said in an interview . \".
\"We pray for this broken family and for God\'s protection of their children.
\"Shortly after Dietrich\'s disappearance, members of the Esse community asked Kerry Reyes to investigate the mystery as a private investigator.
Reyes is a researcher who helps the adopted find the family they were born.
She began to determine whether Dietrich had returned to her home country, ethelbia.
\"This is a real tragedy,\" she said . \"
\"She is a very energetic person in the church and is deeply loved.
She was a leader and fired.
Her singing is so beautiful.
This is a huge loss for any child who has lost a mother.
It really attracted me.
\"The police tape the cordon to the front and side while driving home in Vancouver.
The boards were piled up under a spreading tree in the front yard, and there were weeds on the flower beds.
Red Mercedes in Dietrich
Mercedes-Benz and old-fashioned Chrysler are sitting in the driveway.
The area in the backyard seems to have been dug up.
Donna Thomson and Lucio Artuso live in the house across the street.
55 they said police investigations and the disappearance of Dietrich among them were disturbing residents nearby.
\"They are a quiet family,\" Artuso said . \".
She always seems happy.
Thomson said she was moved by the scene on the street and said it was a testament to the love that many people have for Dietrich.
\"It\'s sad, but it\'s like their end,\" she said . \".
Ambaw said that during this deeply disturbing period, many churches in the region have come together to help the community of ethelbia, as it is working to deal with its most outstanding and popular
\"She is a very good person,\" said Ambaw . \"
She especially helps lonely people and single people.
Sometimes they come to her coffee shop and she talks to them and helps them.
At the same time, she talked to them about Christ and helped them in spirit, economy and morality.
She did everything for the glory of God.
\"With the vigil, the rain stopped.
More than 200 people gathered on the glittering streets.
The two police cars at the scene quickly blocked traffic from Brunswick Avenue so that night-keeping activities could be carried out without interruption.
Many children attended the party.
When it comes to placing lit candles at the foot of a small monument set up on the edge of the driveway, it is the children who help to put them neatly on the sidewalk.
There are a few flowers on the monument, as well as two smiling photos of Dietrich.
\"It\'s important.
This is our culture . \"
\"When something happened to one of our families, we got together right away and we were just sad together and helping each other.
At the same time, as a community, we have to be strong and we have to solve their problems when we face the problems of everyone.
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