Family, friends and co-workers gathered to remember and honor Jennifer Riordan, the Albuquerque woman killed on a Southwest Airlines flight.
Tuesday, they dedicated a garden in her memory.
It’s been two weeks since Riordan was killed when a Southwest Airlines engine exploded.
She worked as a Wells Fargo executive and was on her way home from a business trip when it happened.
Tuesday, the Wells Fargo main branch on Lomas and 3rd Street where she worked, started a garden in her honor.
Co-workers say her love for flowers gave them the idea.
The garden includes a temporary plaque that includes the quote “Always be kind, loving caring and sharing.”
Her husband, Michael, says the outpouring of support has helped the family.
Wells Fargo is working on getting a permanent plaque in the coming weeks.
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