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Myles Munroe: Renowned Preacher Killed In Bahamas Plane Crash

Mon, November 10, 2014 8:29am EDT by 1 Comment
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This is just devastating. Dr. Myles Munroe, a beloved preacher and motivational speech known around the world, died on Nov. 9 after his plane crashed in the Bahamas. His wife, daughter and six other people were also onboard the flight.

Dr. Myles Munroe, 60, was one of 9 people killed in a small plane crash in the Bahamas on Nov. 9. The prominent preacher, his wife and daughter were heading to an event for his ministry when their lives were tragically cut short.

Myles Munroe Dead: Beloved Preacher Dies In Bahamas Plane Crash

A small plane crash claimed the life of Myles and 8 onboard, Washington Post reports.

The plane crashed as it attempted to land in Grand Bahama Island. Myles was set to host his Global Leadership Forum in Freeport. 

Myles, his wife Ruth and daughter Charisa were all killed in the crash, Forbes reports. The aviation ministry has it would be conducting a full investigation starting Nov. 10. 

This is just so sad. What a loss.

Myles was not only a preacher, but an author as well. He wrote books including Understanding The Purpose And Power Of Prayer and Unlock Your Potential: Becoming Your Best You. He was also honored by Queen Elizabeth with an Order of the British Empire in 1998.

Former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Andrew Young, who often appeared with Myles, released a statement regarding the tragic situation.

“He offers condolences to the Munroe family and the families of the other souls who lost their lives as a result of this shocking plane crash,” the statement read.

Myles’ only son Chairo (Myles Jr.) was not onboard.

Our thoughts go out to Myles’ family and friends during this difficult time.

— Avery Thompson

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