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Search for two Lake Powell crash victims extends into third day
Lake Powell » Search for two missing women extends into third day after boat crash.

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Utah State Parks officials will be handling the crash investigation during the first part of the week.

Friends of the families have set up a joint account at Zions Bank, called The Jackman/Bradshaw Family Donations, McDonald said. People can donate at any branch location.

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A funeral service for Bradshaw is tentatively scheduled for Saturday at her parents’ ward. The Jackmans have not yet made funeral arrangements.

"[Bradshaw’s] smile, it would lighten up a room whenever she would walk in ... I can still see that smile and I always will," McDonald said.

Like Bradshaw, Marilyn and Jessica Jackman are remembered for their service, Wahlquist said. Adrian Jackman, the father, is the local LDS bishop, and the family was always helping others.

"Even last night when Adrian got home ... he was loving people and trying to comfort the rest of us as we were there offering help to them, with all of his broken ribs and bandages, comforting us," Wahlquist said. "That’s the kind of home [Jessica] grew up in."

Wahlquist urged people to pray that the divers find the women soon and give the Jackmans and Bradshaws much needed closure. She plans to hold a fast for the families on Sunday.


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