Shoals Family Looking For Answers In Mother’s Death

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FLORENCE, Ala. (WHNT) - It's been nearly two months since a housekeeper found a woman dead at City Lodge Motel in Florence.

The Florence Police Department has been tracking down leads since Lula Addison’s death, but no arrests have been made.

The grieving family of Lula Addison says they are still looking for answers to their mother's death.

“When you lose someone you love, you are suppose to be happy that they went to a better place,” said the victim’s daughter, Natasha Williams.  “But she didn`t pass away, someone took her from us.”

After just two months since Addison was found dead, the pain lingers for Addison’s children as they constantly wonder how their mother died and who is responsible.

“I`m mad.  I`m sad.  I`m angry.  I feel a lot of different ways, none of it is happiness,” said Williams.

A string of emotions, heightened by the many unanswered questions facing this family.

“We`re dealing with it in our own ways the best ways we know how, we`re trying to stay strong for each other , it gets hard at times, it`s going to continue to get hard until certain questions are answered,” said the victim’s son, Robert Williams.

That's why the family is making a plea to the public for information.

Until those questions are answered, Addison’s family says closure will never come.

Addison's family is holding a vigil Thursday night, September 26th at Wilson Park in downtown Florence.

The public is invited to attend.

The service will be from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.

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