A panel discussion is taking place Friday about the 10-year case of missing wife and mother, Susan Cox Powell.
The event is free and open to the public and features local journalists who covered Powell’s story. Domestic Violence advocates, as well as domestic violence survivors, are expected to be in attendance as well.
The Susan Cox Powell Foundation stated on its website:
Please join us to honor and remember Susan and her sons at this look back at the last 10 years, and also to look forward to the future to help others in domestic violence/abuse relationships to get out, get help and get hope.
The panel moderator of the event is Dave Cawley, creator of the "Cold" podcast. Panelists include:
- Chris Jones, KUTV 2News
- Jennifer Graves, Susan’s sister-in-law
- Nate Carlisle, The Salt Lake Tribune
- Ben Winslow, Fox 13 News
- Alex Cabrero, KSL News
- Joan Shippen, Chainbreakers
- Debbie Caldwell, Susan’s close friend and child care provider
- Kiirsi Hellewell, Susan’s close friend
Where: Hunter Junior High, 6131 W. 3785 South, West Valley City, Utah
Time: Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; the event starts at 7 p.m.
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