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FROMDENISE: Losing a loved one is never easy, but it brings people closer together. We lost my husband’s grandmother this August, and though we were looking forward to being comforted with hugs by family and friends, COVID-19 made it even more heartbreaking. We had to hold the service in a small gazebo at the cemetery, and the chairs were set up 6 feet apart. I am a hugger, and to not be able to embrace others made it even more dicult to mourn. The Perry family knows this feeling all too well as they went through the same experience recently saying goodbye to their loved one. Read more about how this pandemic has changed the funeral industry and how the Perry family and others are dealing with this dicult time (see Page 24). Denise Seiler, GENERALMANAGER
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