The American by name Justin Shults who was reported missing after the Tuesday’s terror attacks in Belgium has been found dead, said by his brother on Saturday.
“We found out today that cowards took my brother’s life”. Levi Sutton twitted
The 30-year-old Shults and his wife Stephanie were together waving goodbye hands to her mother at the Brussels airport the time two explosions took place in the facility. According to his employer Clarcor, in a statement confirmed that Shults was killed while his wife Stephanie remains unaccounted for.
The couple moved to the Belgian capital in 2014. Justin, initially from Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and Stephanie, from Lexington, Kentucky, were both accountants.
Sutton on Saturday went further to say that Shults was “smart and kind and generous” and he worked very hard to actualize his dreams.
“He traveled the world leaving each destination better than when he arrived. Knowing that I’ll never be able to see him again hurts, but it’s worse that my future children will never get to know their uncle Justin as he would’ve been a tremendous role model,” he wrote
On a statement released by filtration company boss, Clarcor who is also Shults’s employer said that Shults will be remembered as an “ intelligent, kind, employee and a loyal friend”.
“He also added that there’s no news yet concerning Justin’s wife ,Stephanie, and urge everybody to remember her and her family in prayers.
While many families are busy seeking for the secrets of healthy and wealthy living, Justin’s family members’ are in agony after the attacks. According to Sutton earlier tweet last week about the U.S. State Department saying that the couple has been found, only to later realize it was a wrong information and the officials couldn’t explain where the problem was coming from.
Carolyn Moore, Stephanie’s mom, was at the airport wrapping up her visit and saying bye to the couple she visited at Belgium when the bomb was detonated and She was left with no injury.
More than two hundred and seventy people sustained injuries while thirty-one people died during the attacks.
Dutch nationals Sascha and Alexander Pinczowski are also among the dead in the attacks.