Following the tragic news that all three adolescents had been killed in a car accident in Florida, a joint funeral service was recently held at the area where they had spent so much time together participating in the activity that they cherished.
A heartfelt monument for Christian Bono, Matthew Bono, and Nehemiah “Nemo” Turban was reportedly set on the baseball field at Southwest Little League Baseball Field at Whispering Pines Park on Saturday. The TC Palm reported this.
Under a tent, a memorial service was held for Christian, Matthew, and Turban, during which hundreds of their loved ones, friends, teachers, and coworkers paid their respects and said their final goodbyes. The majority of them were seen sitting in the dugout while dressed in their uniforms.
Details About Bono Brother’s Tragic Death From Accident
In the accident that took place in Port St. Lucie on August 1st, Christian Bono, 16, his younger brother Matthew Bono, 15, and their friend Nehemiah Turban, 16, all lost their lives.
Matthew Bono, Nehemiah Bono, and Christian Bono were all pronounced dead at the same hospital on August 1 after they were all found to have passed away there.
During the event, the head coach of the varsity baseball team at Treasure Coast High School read a poem aloud and said, “We think about you in solitude and we often mention your name, now all we have is remembrances and your image in a frame.”
Who Was Nehemiah Turban?
The tragic event that took place in Port St. Lucie claimed the life of Nehemiah Turban. In addition, he played baseball, just like his other two close pals did.
However, at this time, there is not a great deal of information on them that is accessible to the general public. His passing away at such a tender age has left his family and friends in shattered pieces.
We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the dead person’s family and loved ones. According to Nehemiah’s coach and other individuals who knew him, he was an exceptionally brilliant child.
Who Were Christian Bono And Matthew Bono?
Christian and Matthew Bono, brothers, both attended St. Lucie West Centennial High School and were members of the varsity baseball team there.
This was validated by the head coach of the team. In addition, according to the head coach of the baseball team that turban played for at Treasure Coast High School, he was a member of the varsity baseball team.
The three young baseball players were all members of the Southwest Port St. Lucie Little League, which played their games at Whispering Pines Park in Port St. Lucie. This park was also the location of the funeral service that took place on Saturday.
Nehemiah was working in the same field where Christian and Matthew first came into contact with him. During the service, many people, including coaches, players, religious leaders, and others, gave speeches.