When Sally Clopton’s husband died in 2001, she suffered all the stages of grieving that a tragic loss involves, including a feeling of isolation.
“I stayed home, didn’t want to go anywhere, and my mind mainly dealt on the loss of my husband,” she said.
But, sometime later, on the way back to her home near Mount Sherman after visiting some family members in Brownsville, she realized something that changed the rest of her life.
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