Sarah Majoras Remembered With Candlelight Vigil
Friends and strangers alike came together in Lambertville Saturday night to remember Sarah Majoras with a candlelight vigil.
Hundreds gathered in the parking lot of the Lambertville Station inn and restaurant a week after the 39-year-old bartender and longtime resident was last seen.
As a light snow fell, a friend of Majoras who identified himself as "Tony" read something from the Dalai Llama at the request of her mother Judy.
“Old friends pass away, new friends appear. It is just like the days. An old day passes, a new day arrives. The important thing is to make it meaningful: a meaningful friend or a meaningful day. I find hope in the darkest of days and focus on the brightest.”
Some of Majoras' favorite songs played on speakers as many swayed lost in their thoughts of their friend according to WPVI TV.
Joe Ujj, who organized the Remember Sarah Majoras Facebook page which acted as a focal point for information during the search for her body, recalled for WPVI TV, "A lot of deep conversation and heavy thinking. She has a spirit about her, not your run of the mill girl, very intelligent and interesting to talk to."
The Hunterdon County Prosecutor's Office says no foul play appears to be involved in Majoras' disappearance and awaits the Medical Examiner's report to determine a cause of death.
No funeral arrangements have been announced for Majoras.