Saturday, 25 May 2013


English school recalls Rita Szárvas's son Andris

From an English county newspaper –
A Hungarian man has made an emotional return to a Shropshire school to remember his wife and seven-year-old son, who died in a plane crash four years ago.
Andris Buslig and his mother Rita were among 228 passengers and crew who died when an Air France flight disappeared over the Atlantic en route from Rio de Janeiro to Paris in June 2009.
The bodies were never found and so Andris’s father Gyorgy has no grave to visit. But he has come to regard Ludlow Infants School, where his son was a pupil for two years while his mother worked in England, as his spiritual resting place.
Mr Buslig, who had moved from Shropshire to his native Hungary with his family a year before the crash, said be believed Andris’s happiest years were spent at the school.
He has made the trip from Hungary to Ludlow every year since the crash to attend a commemorative assembly there.
Mr Buslig was at Ludlow Infants on Thursday for this year’s assembly where he presented bouquets to members of staff...
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(2013) Emotional return to tragic son’s Ludlow school, Shropshire Star, 25 May (four photographs)

Sutton. A. (2009) One of our conductors is missing, Conductive World, 4 June

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