Flathead parents still grieving for two lost boys

The parents of two 11-year-old boys who died of alcohol-related causes on the Flathead Reservation in Montana are still struggling with the loss.

Norma Fox lost Justin in February, just three months after losing Tyler, 14. She is has become over-protective of her daughter, Leah, who is 13.

Frank Nicolai lost Frankie in February as well. He doesn't understand how his boy wound up dead in a field, drunk from vodka.

A detective with the local sheriff's department also had trouble. He was angry that someone could have supplied the boys with alcohol. There was never enough information to lay charges against anyone.

Get the Story:
When two boys are found dead, grief of loss hits home for community (The Missoulian 7/21)
Pain comes full circle (The Missoulian 7/20)
Search for the missing (The Missoulian 7/20)

Relevant Links:
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