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- July 24, 2000
- Vol. 54
- No. 4
No Happy Ending
Searchers Find Julius Erving's Missing Son, Cory, 19, Trapped in a Watery Grave
Despite fears that the teenager, who had battled alcohol and drug problems for years, might have been the victim of violence, Eslinger said there were "no apparent signs of foul play." Authorities say that preliminary indications suggest that Cory, who liked to drive fast, may have lost control of his car on the unpaved, winding road while taking a shortcut home on May 28.
This scenario has provided some "sense of peace and comfort in a very tough situation," says basketball executive Pat Williams, a family friend. The Ervings were also drawing strength, Williams says, from planning a July 12 service to "celebrate his young life," open to the public and featuring friend Patti LaBelle, at the Heartland Community Church near Kissimmee, Fla. "We have learned a lot from this tragedy," said Erving in a written statement. "...We will be a stronger family as a result."
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