Private memorial service held for Conn. woman lost at sea

HARTFORD, Conn. (WHDH) — A memorial service was held Wednesday morning to honor a Connecticut woman lost at sea last month.

The private service was held at a Hartford church in memory of 54-year-old Linda Carman, who disappeared while on a fishing trip with her son, Nathan, in September. Their boat reportedly took on water and sank.

Nathan Carman, 22, was rescued about 100 miles off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard about a week after the boat sank. He attended Wednesday’s service.

Nathan Carman was questioned by police in connection to his mother’s disappearance but he is not facing any charges. Police said he was also a suspect in the unsolved 2013 murder of his grandfather in Connecticut but he was not charged in that case either. His grandfather left an estate worth more than $42 million to his four daughters, including Linda Carman.

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