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High Noon: Never Too Late

Love can bloom in unexpected places. For Lorraine Lanterman, 77, and Kent Collings, 95, it blossomed at Orchard Crest Retirement Community. “We met at the bridge table,” Collings recalled. His wife of 70 years died in 2007, shortly after they’d moved to Orchard Crest. Lanterman was a widow. Her husband of 53 years had died. She enjoyed Collings’ company. “He’s good-looking and very kind,” she said/Cindy Hval, SR, Love Stories. More here. (SR photo: Jesse Tinsley)

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