Huntley was determined person, says mother at his death inquest

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  • Tuesday, 30 Jun 2015

Southwell reacts after her son went missing during a trek in in Tioman. File pic. AZMAN GHANI / The Star

KUANTAN: It was an emotional moment for the mother of Gareth David Huntley while she was testifying in the inquest into the death of her son.

Holding back her tears, Janet Southwell, 58, described Huntley as an intelligent and talkative person who liked to help people wherever he went.

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