November 29, 2014
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Mary Larson, a nurse at the Pioneer Square Clinic, wipes away tears as she remembers Jack Atwood, a former patient who was among those buried.
March 27, 2009 in City on Page A15
RENTON, Wash. – Most were homeless but some lived alone. Some died of violence, others by accident or disease or overdose. Some left family, for others no relatives could be …
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