Memorial Service for Kids Killed in Alaska Crash

The Greenville church where two families killed last weekend in a plane crash in Alaska were members plans to hold a memorial service to remember the five children who died.

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GREENVILLE, SC- The Greenville church where two families killed last weekend in a plane crash in Alaska were members plans to hold a memorial service to remember the five children who died.
Christ Church Episcopal will hold a candlelight vigil at 7 p.m. Thursday at the church. They have invited youth from nearby churches to come and remember the Chris and Stacey McManus' two children Meghan and Connor, and Melet and Kimberly Antonakos' three children, Olivia, Miles and Anastacia.
The church will also hold a memorial service for both families at 11 a.m. Friday at its downtown Greenville sanctuary.
The McManus and Antonakos families were taking a vacation when they were killed along with the pilot in Sunday's plane crash.