Celebration of Life

by: AFRO Staff
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MBI Health services, a certified behavioral health agency in D.C., gave turkeys to residents on Nov. 21 in honor and gratitude for slain Baltimore Detective Sean Suiter, who was a D.C. native. (pictured) MBI Senior Vice President Tony Crews and CEO Marie Morilus-Black. They gave away 400 turkeys to needy families at the celebration at the agency’s Hunt Place location in Northeast D.C. A card signed by residents was also given to Suiter’s family. Suiter was laid to rest in Baltimore on Nov. 29.

MBI Health services, a certified behavioral health agency in D.C., gave turkeys to residents on Nov. 21 in honor and gratitude for slain Baltimore Detective Sean Suiter, who was a D.C. native. (pictured) MBI Senior Vice President Tony Crews and CEO Marie Morilus-Black. They gave away 400 turkeys to needy families at the celebration at the agency’s Hunt Place location in Northeast D.C. A card signed by residents was also given to Suiter’s family. Suiter was laid to rest in Baltimore on Nov. 29. (Photo by Vincent Jones)

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