On April 3rd, 2009, Ann Delay of Hudson, SD, got a life-changing phone call. While preparing for her day as a 5th and 6th grade teacher in Centerville, her husband, Tim, phoned to tell her that their two daughters had been in a serious car accident. One of them was being airlifted to a hospital [...]
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