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Juliet Gauchat; counseled, aided troubled women

By Allison Mudge
Globe Correspondent / February 20, 2006

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When Juliet (Ashton) Gauchat is laid to rest Thursday, she will be remembered not only for her compassion and grace, but also for the dignity with which she handled her illness, friends and family said. (Full article: 689 words)

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