April 07, 2020
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Family, friends plan vigil for missing UMF student

FARMINGTON — Despite a shortage of leads in the disappearance of a college student who vanished during a New Year’s Eve celebration, friends and family plan a vigil next week to keep the search for Kevin Zebrowski alive.

“The theme of the vigil will be hope,” said Zebrowski’s father, Kenneth, of Rahway, N.J. “We sit here everyday and hope, hope for information and hope that there’ll be a knock on the door and it will be him. The hardest thing is not knowing anything.”

At the Monday evening vigil at the University of Maine at Farmington, friends and family will distribute small blue ribbons and candles to bolster hope that the 21-year-old student be found.


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