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Hundreds in Broadalbin help comfort slain Connecticut principal’s family

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The tight-knit community of Broadalbin came together tonight in a candlelight vigil to comfort the family of Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung, who died trying to save children gunned down at her elementary school in Connecticut a week ago. Hochsprung’s mother, Cheryl Lafferty, and her uncle and aunt, Lester Kevin Pfeiffer and Sara Pfeiffer Schopmeier, live in the village. Organizing the vigil were Katie Kosowicz Bolibaugh and Sandy Phillips Bruse of Broadalbin. Bolibaugh called the vigil “a ...

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