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Six Years Gone: For a Soldier's Family, Mourning but Moving Forward | The New York Times

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Published on Jan 16, 2013

Lt. Col. Paul Finken died in Iraq in 2006, leaving behind his wife, Jackie, and their three daughters, Emilie, Caroline and Julia, to figure out which things can heal.

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