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Husband’s Body Of Missing American Couple Is Identified: The Hunt For His Wife Goes On

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Update to this previous story.

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Via The Daily Mail:

The body of missing American Justin Shults was identified today, five days after the blasts at Brussels airport.


The grim news was given to company executives at Clarcor, the firm the 30-year-old worked for.


They released the sad development after consulting with his family.


The search for his wife Stephanie, 29, was continuing.


A spokeswoman for his company said: ‘We grieve with his family and continue to offer our support as they mourn this unimaginable loss.


‘Justin has been an integral member of our global finance team since May of 2012 and he has lived with his wife, Stephanie, in Brussels since 2014.


‘He will be remembered by his CLARCOR community as an intelligent, kind and loyal friend and employee.


‘Justin will be greatly missed by those who knew him.


‘We do not have news yet about Justin’s wife, Stephanie, and ask that you keep her and her family in your prayers.


Mr Shults’ brother, Levi Sutton, paid tribute to him on Twitter: ‘We found out today that cowards took my brother’s life just weeks after his 30th birthday.


‘I was blessed to have Justin as a big brother. He was smart and kind and generous. I never met a single person that didn’t like him.


‘He worked hard his whole life and achieved goats that most could only dream about.


‘He traveled the world leaving each destination better than when he arrived.


‘Knowing that I’ll never be able to see him again hurts but it’s worse that my future children will never get to know their uncle Justin as he would’ve been a great role model. Please pray for my mom. ‘ More


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