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Sandu Adcox, right, comforts Isabel Marvin at her home while a crew of Share Fest workers clean up her yard. Marvin just lost her husband last Thursday and almost a year ago, Adcox’s husband died- so they had a lot in common. A crew from the Grand Junction Seventh-Day Adventist church, which Adcox headed, spent hours cleaning up Marvin’s neglected yard.

Volunteer effort brings together two women who are coping with loss

Isabel Marvin would have spent Sunday inside her home mourning Ed, her husband and best friend for the past 63 years.

Sandra Adcox also could have opted to stay at home, remembering her husband, John, who died about this time last year after a long illness and a double lung transplant.

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