They were about thirty to follow the coffin of Charles Crahay as it entered the Saint-Gérard chapel, rue des Bons-Enfants in Huy, this Saturday at noon. His family, a few friends and relatives were present but declined to comment. “All we can say is that we loved him very much,” slipped a person present.
As a reminder, Charles Crahay, 40, died last Sunday around noon rue Paul Carré in Huy in front of his home. He ransacked two vehicles parked in front of his house with a long sword and when the Huy police arrived, he brandished his sword against a police officer who fired twice after asking him, in vain, to drop his armed. Charles Crahay died on the spot. He had been depressed since the death of his wife three years ago and was a fan of bladed weapons.
After the funeral liturgy in Huy, the cremation ceremony took place in the afternoon at the Cœur de Wallonie crematorium in Ciney. The cinerary urn was then returned to the family.[display-posts orderby="rand"]