Jeff Jardine

June 25, 2014 8:34 PM

Jeff Jardine: Ceres woman’s burial needs draw donation offers from public

When a Stanislaus County coroner’s deputy put out a request for someone to cover burial costs for a deceased 63-year-old woman from Ceres, the message was aimed at relatives or friends, but many others in the community offered to help.

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