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Sisters Follow Mother's Legacy at Cedarville University
CEDARVILLE -- We have a follow up to a heartbreaking bus crash that happened outside of Indianapolis that killed a mother of five in July.
Tonya Weindorf was headed home with members of Colonial Hills Baptist Church from a youth summer camp when the brakes on the bus gave out.
Weindorf left behind five kids and a husband. Two of her daughters moved into Cedarville University Friday afternoon. They say this is a huge step of moving forward because it's what their mother would have wanted.
Emily Weindorf and her sister Gretta now have each other to lean on through this difficult time. Gretta transferred from college in Wisconsin to be with her sister Emily who is starting her Freshman year.
"Whether it was learning or teaching... we know she would want us to be here today. We know how important that was to her," said Emily.
The family says it's God's grace that's keeping them strong since the tragic accident. Their faith is one of the main reasons why Emily and Gretta wanted to attend Cedarville University, a Christian college.
"Faith and God is what gave our mom strength to carry on," said Emily.
Tonya was a school teacher for a Christian school. She was also a woman of faith. She wanted her daughters to follow in her footsteps.
"Being able to be together...we've always been close but I think now we really need each other," said Gretta who will be entering her Junior year.
The move in day was a special day for the Weindorf family. It's a step forward towards healing and honoring their mother.
"We talked about it in fact the night of the accident. We had prayer together and I immediately said you know I want you to continue your plans to go to school we're not going to change anything," said Chuck Weindorf.
Emily will be a Freshman Pre Med major this fall. Gretta will be continuing nursing school as a Junior. We wish the entire family all the best.
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