MILTON, Mass. (AP)- The administrator overseeing efforts to provide financial help to victims of the Boston Marathon bombings says he will keep to the June 30 date for release of donated money.
Kenneth Feinberg spoke at the commencement of Curry College on Sunday. He said he is determined to deliver all available money to victims of the bombings and their families next month.
He advised the graduating class to take nothing for granted and that life has a way of throwing curve balls at everyone.
The One Fund Boston raised more than $30 million for victims of the April 15 bombings that killed three people and wounded more than 260. Feinberg says the fund is insufficient to justly compensate victims.
Curry College awarded Feinberg an honorary Doctor of Laws degree.
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