It was our second straight day in Cedar City trying to capture the lives and memories of those who died in a plane crash in Moab last Friday. It's a very uncomfortable situation to approach the home of their family members but when they understand we're there to help memorialize their loved ones they often open up to us. It was nice to even be thanked and told it felt "almost therapeutic" for them.
The photo below was captured in the Ellsworth's neighborhood at sunset.
Flowers decorate the front room of the Ellsworth's home in Cedar City as LynAnn Ellsworth, right, greets well wishers at her front door Sunday afternoon. LynAnn's husband, Dr. Lansing Ellsworth, and son, Dallin, were both killed in Friday's plane accident in Moab. -- Saturday, August 23, 2008. Photo by Geoffrey McAllister/Deseret News
Kamber Ellsworth, wife of Dallin Ellsworth who was killed in Friday's plane crash outside Moab, remembers her husband in their Cedar City home Sunday afternoon. Kamber is eight months pregnant with their son. -- Saturday, August 23, 2008. Photo by Geoffrey McAllister/Deseret News
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CEDAR CITY — Sometime in the next five weeks, Kamber Ellsworth expects to deliver a baby, name him and take him home, without her husband by her side.
Kamber's husband since May 2007, Dallin Ellsworth, was one of 10 Cedar City area residents killed in a plane crash outside of Moab on Friday. The plane carried a pilot and nine employees of Red Canyon Aesthetics and Medical Spa dermatology clinic.
"He's a really good husband, and a really good father," Kamber said about Dallin, to whom she still referred in the present tense on Sunday. "He loves to talk to him, and the baby moves all the time." (Read more of the related article: Family, friends offer thoughts on 10 killed in crash )