58-year old Jim Lovell is one of the four people who lost their lives in Sunday morning's train derailment. He did freelance audio for television, and was heading into Manhattan for a job. Anderson spoke with his widow, Nancy Montgomery, and his sons Finn, Jack and Hudson.
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I just watched the interview of Mr. Lovell's family. It is obvious what fine young men his young sons are and the way they support each other in this awful time is a tribute to both of their parents. I'm sure their father is very proud of and will live on through them. xoxo to boys and mom
Was this interview really necessary? The shock and grief this family is experiencing is still so raw. The middle son is breaking my heart.
Anderson: It was so touching to see you try to console Jim Lovell's family. It is hard to imagine the pain that they are feeling. Your heartfelt condolences were so kind. I feel for those boys and the rest of the family.
My deepest condolences to Mr. Lovell's family. I'm glad we are able to hear about his life and his goodness and the strong loving family he nurtured.
I just watched the piece on Mr Lovell with his wife and boys. I am so very sorry for your loss. I pray that God will strengthen your family and comfort you in the days and weeks to come. You will be in my thoughts and prayers! Such a terrible tragedy for such a sweet family.
Jill in NC