Man on mission to find wife's killer

By Jonathan Martinez - Anchor/Reporter

HOUSTON - A heartbroken husband is left struggling to understand how someone could hit and kill his wife and then leave the scene of the crash.

"It was a wrong decision to be made. And I want them to answer for it," Paul Eason said.

On Nov. 6, 36-year-old Angela Eason was walking home from one of their children's last football games of the season at Strack Middle School.

She was in the crosswalk at Kuykendahl when she was hit by a passing vehicle. She died shortly after.

"She had the most gracious heart she would give the shirt off her back," Paul said.

Paul said Angela loved taking selfies, cats and especially their three children.

All of her love is captured in a collage of pictures in the family's living room alongside her ashes.

It now makes up a small memorial.

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"I want this to be closed. I want my wife to not die 'a nobody knows,'" Paul said.

Paul has put up a $10,000 reward to help catch the person responsible, and to help bring the family a sense of closure.

Until that happens, the things in their home remain as Angela left them.

"It's waiting for her like I'm waiting for her, and that'll never happen. It'll never happen again," Paul said.

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