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After years guiding others, family faces own grief

When their son was killed in February, the Daleys had to teach themselves to cope

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By Natalie Southwick
Globe Correspondent / August 14, 2010

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Death is a familiar topic for the Rev. Ruth Daley and her husband, Raymond. For almost 10 years, the Daleys have run Hope for the Hopeless, a nonprofit Christian ministry that assists the elderly, people with terminal illnesses, and their loved ones through the dying and grieving process. They have made it their mission to guide others through their darkest hours. (Full article: 1206 words)

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