New Jersey Pastor’s Daughter Stabbed To Death

Posted on May 17, 2015

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Everything Is Going Down, But The Word Of God meets Drug Delers And Killers Strike Again……The 23-year-old daughter of a New Jersey pastor who serves a congregation of mostly South Korean immigrants is now dead after she was violently stabbed multiple times on Sunday and local police are holding a 16-year-old boy in connection with her death.

Christine Huh, daughter of Bong Kee Huh, senior pastor of Praise Presbyterian Church in Somerset, was found suffering from stab wounds by emergency officials inside a ninth-floor apartment at the Skyline Tower in downtown New Brunswick early Sunday morning, according to NJ.com and now her family and church community is mourning.

“Our whole congregation is devastated,” pastor Daeho Kim told NJ.com Tuesday. “She had a wonderful sense of humor and was [a] great supporter of the church and her family.”

Investigators of Huh’s murder say she was visiting a friend at the apartment complex when she was attacked. Emergency officials took her to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick and she was pronounced dead at 3:50 a.m.

Police say they later arrested a 16-year-old Bridgewater teenager in connection with the Rutgers graduate’s death, and so far he has been charged with juvenile delinquency in connection with murder and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose. His name is being withheld due to his age but he is now in custody at the Middlesex County Youth Detention Center pending a juvenile hearing in Family Court, according to NJ.com.

On Thursday, a funeral service for Huh was held at her church and a member told The Christian Post that the event attracted “a lot of people.”

Many of her friends took to social media and an online condolence book to share their thoughts on her untimely passing.

“Christine, I won’t forget the many great times we had together in high school, and then in exploring and enjoying Rutgers. You were such a fun loving and amazing person to be around. Words can’t express how sad I am about what happened, but I will always cherish our memories and the times we had together. Rest in Peace. My prayers are with your family,” wrote Kate Itzeva.

“Christine was a sweet young woman she always had a smile, a sunny disposition and was kind and respectful. I was deeply saddened by this tragedy, but I know she is now in the loving arms of Jesus. She will be missed,” added Renee Carr of Belle Mead, New Jersey.