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  • Pastor speaks on behalf of Schwab family

    Clint Sprague, Life Mission Church lead pastor, publicly thanked the best community for the outpouring of support and prayers as he spoke for the Schwab family as they deal with their son Caleb's death at the Schlitterbahn waterpark during a news conference on Monday.

Clint Sprague, Life Mission Church lead pastor, publicly thanked the best community for the outpouring of support and prayers as he spoke for the Schwab family as they deal with their son Caleb's death at the Schlitterbahn waterpark during a news conference on Monday. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com
Clint Sprague, Life Mission Church lead pastor, publicly thanked the best community for the outpouring of support and prayers as he spoke for the Schwab family as they deal with their son Caleb's death at the Schlitterbahn waterpark during a news conference on Monday. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com

In Schlitterbahn tragedy, as in others, please keep your morbid fascination in check

August 08, 2016 6:31 PM