Have passed since Trenton Duckett disappeared. Family members still hold out hope that the two-year-old boy will be found.
LEESBURG -- Carla Massero's new Main Street flower shop will be a place customers visit when they're celebrating. Silk-rose bouquets and Styrofoam hearts line the store's walls.I pray Massero, The Ducketts and Eubanks have their prayers are answered. If you want to read the rest of the article(and the ugly details of the squabbles behind the scenes of this tragedy), click the link at the top of this post.
But Massero's grand reopening later this week will come about six months after tragedy and loss devastated her family. She was forced to shut down her old Sumter County shop when her 2-year-old grandson, Trenton Duckett, disappeared Aug. 27.
During the half-year since the boy's disappearance became a national story and a source of ongoing speculation, law-enforcement officials in Marion and Leesburg have continued a dogged -- and recently, international -- search to find Trenton. They've come no closer to solving the case, however.
Trenton's family members, meanwhile, have attempted to resume routine lives while holding out hope that the boy someday will be found alive and healthy.
"I don't think it will ever be normal -- we're just keeping our faith," Massero says. "We're sure Trenton is out there. We just have to find him."
God bless Trenton Duckett where ever he may be.
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