Survivor Tia Coleman to Provide First Update Since Returning Home After Her Husband and Three Children Were Among The 17 Killed in The Branson, Missouri Duck Boat Disaster

INDIANAPOLIS (August 13, 2018) – Tomorrow, Tia Coleman, whose husband Glenn, 40, and three young children – Arya, 1, Evan, 7, and Reece, 9 – were among the 17 killed in last month’s duck boat disaster in Branson, Missouri, will update area news media on her life after the tragedy.

In addition to the deaths of her husband and children, five other Coleman Family relatives, Horace “Butch” Coleman, 70, Belinda “Toni” Coleman, 69, Ervin “Uncle Ray” Coleman, 76, Angiee Coleman, 45 and her baby, Maxwell 2, who were in Branson for their annual family vacation – drowned in the worst duck boat disaster in history. Her sisters, other relatives, and her attorney Robert J. Mongeluzzi, will also be in attendance.

WHEN: 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, August 14, 2018

WHERE: Residence of Tia Coleman

2250 Leaf Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46229

WHO: Mrs. Tia Coleman

Relatives of Mrs. Coleman

GUIDANCE: The briefing will be held in the living room.

Credentialed media can set up beginning at 1:00 p.m.

A Q&A session will follow remarks by Mrs. Coleman.

The session will start promptly.


Steph Rosenfeld / / 215.514.4101

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