New York Times publishes “The Lonely Death of George Bell”

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New York Times publishes “The Lonely Death of George Bell”

George Bell lived alone, died alone, and his body was discovered alone.

A small, but significant number of people die each year without family or friends to mourn them.

What happens to the remains of those who die alone? What happens to their things? Most importantly, what happens to the life-story of men and women who die alone?

The New York Times article titled “The Lonely Death of George Bell” written by N. R. Kleinfield seeks to answer those questions and more.  Click here to read the article!

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