Locals help in quake recovery
How beautiful, yet uncertain, is life.
On Jan. 12, at 4 p.m., Jerry Gulley, an active Methodist missionary, was meeting with a number of people at the Hotel Montana located in Port au Prince in the Republic of Haiti.
The purpose was to coordinate providing services between government and private groups, such as churches and the Red Cross, for the Haitian people. Haiti was then and is now the poorest country in the western hemisphere. At this “routine” organizational meeting along with Gulley were two of his very dear friends, Sam Dixon and Clinton Rabb, also persons focused on helping others.