The teenage girl witnessed a violent crime and has been going through some therapy sessions with Wiregrass Angel House, a local nonprofit agency that helps victims of violent crime.
“It made her open up more,” said Shelly Linderman, the director of Wiregrass Angel House. “When she first started (therapy with Cole) she was totally against it. Then she was asking for him all the time in therapy. He’s made her feel more comfortable.”
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Kim Fields released a balloon Sunday afternoon and watched as it floated up toward the sky delivering a message to her younger brother, who was shot to death over two years ago in Dothan.
Fields joined over 50 people who attended the National Day of Remembrance ceremony for victims of homicide Sunday at the Wiregrass Angel House in Dothan.
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Wiregrass Angel House has started purchasing our memory pavers. These pavers will be placed under a newly constructed arbor. Each paver will be in memory or in honor of a loved one. This is not a fundraiser; we are only charging the price of the paver - $30. If you are interested in having a paver in memory of your loved one, please contact the Wiregrass Angel House office. Click the PDF icon for our Memorial Paver form.