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Donald and Robin Gannon-Zebrowski speak about their son Jack, a Schalmont freshman who took his own life, at their home in Pattersonville on Wednesday, October 30. 2013.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Donald and Robin Gannon-Zebrowski speak about their son Jack, a Schalmont freshman who took his own life, at their home in Pattersonville on Wednesday, October 30. 2013.
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Jack Gannon-Zebrowski dwelled in two contrasting worlds. At home, the artistic 14-year-old Pattersonville boy enjoyed skateboarding, shooting hoops with his friends and building forts in the woods. The eldest of three children, he carried a keen sense of humor, a big heart and an unyielding love for his family. “With us,” his mother, Robin Gannon-Zebrowski, said, and then she paused. “He was just Jack,” finished Don Gannon-Zebrowski, his father. If you’re thinking of suicide, call ...


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