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Six Years Gone

January 15, 2013
Kate's Club
Six Years Gone
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Six Years Gone
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Lt. Col. Paul Finken died in Iraq in 2006, leaving behind his wife, Jackie, and their three daughters, Emilie, Caroline, and Julia, to figure out which things can heal.  This is a must-read article by Leslye Davis and Sarah Kramer in The New York Times. I really admire the mother’s commitment to not letting this tragedy hold back their daughters’ future.  Six Years Gone

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