Dear Ronnie Chatah,
I am so very sorry to read that you lost your father and especially in this horrible way. My father also passed on exactly the same day. May you find strength and that flicker of hope again.
In sorrow and sympathy, Jan
Svenja said:May 17, 2014 6:12 am PST
I am so sorry to hear your father was killed.
I went on your tour 2 years ago and of all citytours I have done it was the best one ever!
Rebecca Rose said:January 21, 2014 5:16 am PST
Ronnie, I am so sorry for your loss. My daughter who works in Beirut informed me of the very tragic news. I was on your tour in August 2013. You shared with us Beirut's heart, its scars and its mind. Your father had reason to be proud of you. His legacy will continue despite those who wish to destroy it.
Emma Hayward said:January 9, 2014 10:41 am PST
Ronnie, I'm so, so sorry for your loss. I took your tour in October, 2012, and then we hung out a few times at Bread Republic with my roommate Maria. Your tour introduced me to a Beirut that, despite its scars from the war, was resilient and elegant. I fell in love with that city, and walked nearly everywhere I went after that. It's unfathomable to think of this happening to your family. My deepest condolences, and hope for a more peaceful future.
Maureen Jonson said:January 2, 2014 3:49 pm PST
We are Canadians whose son lives in Beirut since he has married a Lebanese woman. During one of our visits there, a couple of years ago we took your tour and thoroughly enjoyed it. In the last couple of years, we have been saddened to hear of the violence in Lebanon and horrified by what happened Dec. 29. Only today did I realize that it was your father and I am so sad for your loss and this terrible loss for Lebanon. You will be in our prayers.
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