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February 25th 2010:Loss of a Spouse

After forty-one years of sharing a life together, Rosalie Stolinski Siciliano lost her beloved husband to a brain aneurysm followed by congestive heart failure. His sudden and tragic death left her feeling helpless, hopeless, and lost. In her book Stormy Waters she recounts a journey through harrowing despair and onward to the promise of a new beginning. Kate Braestrup held her family together in the wake of her husband's death, as she pursued his dream of becoming a minister. She ultimately found her calling as a chaplain to search-and-rescue workers. She is the author of Here If You Ne

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Kate Braestrup

Kate Braestrup held her family together in the wake of her husband's death, as she pursued his dream of becoming a minister. She ultimately found her calling as a chaplain to search-and-rescue workers. She is the author of Here If You Need Me.
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Rosalie Stolinski Siciliano

After forty-one years of sharing a life together, Rosalie Stolinski Siciliano lost her beloved husband to a brain aneurysm followed by congestive heart failure. His sudden and tragic death left her feeling helpless, hopeless, and lost. In her book Stormy Waters she recounts a journey through harrowing despair and onward to the promise of a new beginning.
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