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Myron Love’s family says he put ‘a lot’ into life before fatal Nepalese plane crash

Sydney teacher Myron Love has been remembered as a man who “lived life to the fullest” and was “loved by his students” after he died in a plane crash in Nepal.

Love and 71 others were traveling on a Yeti Air flight en route from Kathmandu to Pokhara.

The airline has confirmed that everyone on board has died.

The families of Love, 29, and her partner, Annabel Bailey, issued a joint statement through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

“We would like to express our deepest gratitude to our family and friends for the tremendous support they have shown us during this difficult time,” the statement read.

“Myron has been a rock to our family for many years and he has always lived his life to the fullest.

“He has put so much into his short life that most of us couldn’t fit into ours.

“At this time, we ask that you provide us with peace and privacy so that we can grieve and deal with this tragedy.”

Love, 29, who worked as a teacher in Sydney last year, has been flooded with comments on her social media accounts.

Some of Mr. Love’s friends have been sharing tributes on his Facebook page.

“I miss your bro. I love you,” wrote one friend.

Mr Love worked as a teacher in the eastern suburbs of Sydney.(attached)
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Myron Love was an avid cyclist. (attached)

Annabelle Richfield, a parent at Clovelly Public Schools, said Love taught her daughter third grade in 2022.

“He was very much loved by his students. He was full of energy and vitality and really loved children,” said Ms Litchfield.

“My daughter Sunday would be heartbroken if I told her.”

A former student at St Andrews Cathedral School in Sydney, Mr Love has been remembered by the alumni association as someone with “infectious energy” and a “kind heart”.

The Old Andreas Association said on Facebook: “We know this news will come as a shock to many in our community, so we offer our support and sympathy for his loss during this difficult time. Sending love to all those affected by

A spokeswoman for the New South Wales Department of Education said it was “deeply saddened” to learn of Love’s passing.

The department confirmed that a “highly regarded” teacher had also recently worked at a Bronte Public School.

“Our heartfelt condolences go out to Mr Love’s family and the wider school community,” the statement said.

“The school will provide counseling and support to all affected students and staff.”

Mr Love was also a member of Sydney’s East Cycling Club. The group canceled a race scheduled for this evening in his honor.

The club posted on social media about a “much loved member” labeling his death a “tragic loss”.

A day of national mourning has begun in Nepal. Aviation officials say they found voice recorders and flight data recorders.

Arniko Pandey, an adviser to Nepal’s Interior Minister, said the government had set up a panel to investigate the causes of the disaster.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2023-01-17/myron-love-family-tribute-nepal-plane-crash/101862774 Myron Love’s family says he put ‘a lot’ into life before fatal Nepalese plane crash

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