I agree Jaxsue. We have been talking, but I really wasn't sure if I should have told her exactly what happened, or play a wait and see. She does seem comforted in the knowledge that the special person, thru a rather bizarre twist of fate, was there. The viewing (which was a closed casket) was unbelievably heart wrenching..his mom was in a fog, his grandmother was sobbing so bad my heart broke, and his dad was so comforting to all the young kids there, especially my daughter who, altho they had never met, knew who she was from talking with his son and seeing pictures of her. I did tell him that someone special to us was there at the site and told him how respectful and caring everyone was. The only problem is, part of the rosary he was clutching, his cell phone and coat are MIA, so, without telling anyone, I was taken by the person to the site so we could look for the phone & rosary, as they know for a fact there was no coat. Special person knew about the rosary but never saw a phone. We didn't find them, but another person who was there and had picked the rosary up for the police may know where the missing piece is and we hope to be able to return it to the family. I will NOT tell my daughter I went to the site tho.