04 July 2009
BY CHASE PURDY
The Arizona Republic

Anna Piatkiewicz, a New York City transplant, stepped out of the car. The 77-year-old woman stood tall, her pink corsage ruffling in the breeze.

Around the car, Bill Vieregg, 60, eased the driver-side door shut and joined her. Piatkiewicz, a widow of almost four years, turned toward her church. She wouldn't sit alone at Easter service.


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