Thank you for all your prayers and please continue to pray for her family, as grief is a process and they also have many bills to pay.
Christina Stewart was in Haiti scouting a missionary project for Vancouver-based charity Impact Nations. She had been working on her computer when suddenly the house she was in disintegrated around her.
"The floor opened up, the walls opened up," Stewart recalled.
"The house was gone and I was alive."
The gathered 50 comprised the second wave of Canadians to be evacuated from the Caribbean nation's ruinous capital, memories of the carnage of Tuesday's magnitude-7 temblor still fresh in their minds.
At least five of them were injured, though believed to be in stable condition.
Stewart remembered spending that first night in a field that quickly became so crowded with people fleeing their homes there was nothing to do but stand.
When rumours of a tsunami - which later proved untrue - began to spread, everyone in the field starting running.
"We were just running through the streets, thinking the water was coming."