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A parade of love: How one family said good-bye in the age of social distancing

Sandra Lynn Gravunder, 77, died on April 14.But her family couldn’t have an in-person funeral.So friends and family paraded through the cemetaryTo show their loveAnd support for the familySandra loved Jesus.Her faith was ever present.Her husband Roger served on the Racine Fire Department and they showed their support too.While the families kept their distance from […]