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The woman, 36, and her husband, 38, had only been married for a few months when she filed a restraining order against him and found refuge at a friend’s home in 600 block of Calvin Lane. Relich said the woman had been staying there for a few weeks before her estranged husband found her and attacked her with a small hatchet, killing her.
Women’s Resource Center will hold a candle light vigil on Friday, November 21 in honor of the woman whose life was lost in a domestic homicide on Wednesday, November 19 at the Super 8 Motel in Mt. Pleasant, Wi.
The vigil will be held in the far east parking lot of Razor Sharp Fitness in Mount Pleasant. For further information, please contact the Women’s Resource Center at (262) 633-3233.