Celebration of life being held in honor of San Diego woman who

first_img September 5, 2019 Posted: September 5, 2019 Hunter Sowards Celebration of life being held in honor of San Diego woman who lost her life in California boat fire Updated: 5:28 PM Hunter Sowards, SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Investigators continue their search for answers into what caused a boat to catch fire killing 33 people off Santa Cruz island.Loved ones are making plans to honor those lost, including San Diego native, Nicole Quitasol. Friends are hoping the entire community will join them in honoring her, while also helping her family as they move forward from tragedy.Quitasol was a member of the organization Venture Active, who is planning a series of events in her honor. Their way of ensuring Nicole’s legacy lives on.“Definitely just an outgoing adventurous loving person, she would be the type of person who would stop and help anyone who needed it,” Co-owner of Venture Active, Ciara Guedesse said. “Always the first person to jump into something without any fear. She was an amazing person and a good soul. She is missed. Terribly missed.”On September 21, Venture Active is inviting the community to take part in a day full of Quitasol’s favorite activities happening at some of her favorite places in San Diego. A hike up Cowles Mountain, a yoga session in Kate Sessions Park and a paddle out on the waters of Crown Point. They say it’s what she would have wanted.“We really want people to know that we want to celebrate her life, of course we mourn for her, but she would have wanted us to celebrate her and that adventurous spirit that she had,” Guedesse said. “That’s why it’s important for us to do a full day celebration of her life.”EARLIER STORY: San Diego woman among those killed in California boat fireVenture Active is promoting Nicole’s Celebration of Life on Facebook so you can easily share the details with your friends. The Facebook post is below. I had the honor of speaking with friends of Nicole Quitasol, one of the 33 passengers who died aboard a boat that caught fire off Santa Cruz Island. Ciara Guedesse with Venture Active says paddle boarding, hiking, and yoga events in her honor is what Nicole would have wanted. pic.twitter.com/vvSiqdmbjS— Hunter Sowards (@huntersowards3) September 5, 2019 Categories: California News, Local San Diego News Tags: Nicole Quitasol FacebookTwitterlast_img

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