We’re learning more about Amanda Waller, the Houston woman who disappeared last Thursday while snorkeling in the Caribbean island of Curacao.
“She had this perkiness that even if you were mad or upset, you just couldn’t stay mad,” says her husband Allan Waller.
Waller says he and his wife talked from time to time about what to do if something ever happened to one of them.
“We talked about this. What would happen if one of us was lost, in the sense of death,” Waller says. “My wife told me ‘If something happens to me, I want you to live on. I want you to be happy. I want you to love again.'”
He never imagined that time would come just three years into their marriage. She disappeared while snorkeling off the island of Curacao last Thursday.
“To set the facts straight, she was snorkeling with a group of friends,” Allan Waller tells Eyewitness News. “And at some point, the three became separated. And when I surfaced from the dive I was doing with my best friend, they already had begun a search for her.”
He says the Coast Guard quickly joined the search, and more than 50 volunteer divers looked for her well into the weekend. But no Amanda.
He planned to stay in Curacao until they found her, but he says a conversation with his father-in-law prompted him to come back to Houston.
SOURCE: Tracy Clemons