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Kingman woman lost husband, and almost everything else
Widow worries others could face the same situation

KIM STEELE/Miner<BR>
Victoria Borland, her eyes red and puffy from crying, hugs the ashes of her late husband, Robert “Bob” Borland. “After he died, I found myself getting up at night to get his medication for him and realized he wasn’t there,” she said. “I would go back to bed and take his ashes and sleep next to them. I miss him so much.”

KIM STEELE/Miner<BR> Victoria Borland, her eyes red and puffy from crying, hugs the ashes of her late husband, Robert “Bob” Borland. “After he died, I found myself getting up at night to get his medication for him and realized he wasn’t there,” she said. “I would go back to bed and take his ashes and sleep next to them. I miss him so much.”

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