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Submitted by Mary (not verified) on Sat, 12/27/2008 - 1:19pm.
I lost my husband on Dec 18th 2008. We have two boys,13 and 15. No life ins. He was in construction but worked for himself. My taxable income is around $30000. per year. I don't even want to go back to work at my teaching job on Jan 5th as I am still having post traumatic syndrome etc etc-but I will. There is no workers comp for me to recieve but I will apply for SS on Monday. My one time death benefit will be $255. Because I am 45 and my husband was 47 last week when he passed away. I buried him here in Trinidad CO even though his family is in MI and TX and other states. I would not even cremate him and share the ashes as his family did not even send ONE rep. from their family to the funeral due to travel, the weather, and the holidays. His brother oh so wanted to be here but couldn't because his sister refused to tell him she decided not to come after he waited in her driveway for her to show up at her house for over three hours. Then the snow and ice started their way. He would of made it if she had not done this to him. I will use all of my family donations to his burial costs. They are thus far less than the 3500. she will receive and she and her lawyer are asking for the burdened public to help?? Believe me we are all burdened at this time!! .
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