A mechanical engineer from Perth, Australia, , who is also a father of two, decided to leave his wedding ring and wristwatch to his wife just before flying to Mongolia via the missing flight MH370.
Paul Weeks told his wife he wants her to give those objects to their two sons “in case something happened to him” before boarding the Malaysian plane in Kuala Lumpur on March 08.
His wife, Danica, also narrated her 39-year-old husband took lots of photos of the family before leaving for his first assignment in Mongolia, a dream job he was supposed to start in a fly-in, fly-out shift.
In an interview with 9 National News, Mrs. Weeks recalled: “He said, ‘If something should happen to me then the wedding ring should go to the first son that gets married and then the watch to the second’.”
After listening to the news about the disappearance of Malaysian Flight MH370 the day after she saw him off at the airport, the wife refused to believe the uncertain fate of Paul and continues to pray for a miracle.
“I can’t give up hope. I would love him to walk through that door, hold him one more time … I see him everywhere in the house,” she cried. (Click here to read more)