Family of Myron Love say he 'put so much' into life before fatal Nepal plane crash

Sydney teacher Myron Love has been remembered as a man who "lived life to the fullest" and was "loved by his students" after he was killed in a plane crash in Nepal. Mr

Love, and 71 others, were travelling on a Yeti Airlines flight en route to Pokhara from Kathmandu, when it plummeted into a gorge while attempting to land.  The airline has

confirmed everyone on board was killed.  The family of Mr Love, and of his partner Annabelle Bailey, have released a joint statement through the Department of Foreign

Affairs and Trade.  "We would like to express our deep gratitude for the amazing support shown to us by our family and friends in this time of need," the statement

reads. "Myron has been a rock to both of our families for many years and he has always lived his life to the fullest. "He has put so much into his short life that most

of us couldn't fit into our lifetime. "We do request at this time that you offer us peace and privacy for us to grieve, and deal with this tragedy." Comments have been

flowing in on social media for Mr Love, who was a working as a teacher in Sydney last year.  Some of Mr Love's friends have taken to his Facebook page to pay

tribute.  "Going to miss ya mate. Love ya," wrote one friend. Clovelly Public School parent Anabel Litchfield said Mr Love taught her daughter grade three in

2022.  "He was very loved by his students. Full of energy and life and really loved the kids," Ms Litchfield said. "My daughter Sunday will be heartbroken when I tell

her."