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And then comes the morning — Local therapist deals with darkness of her past in a new book

August 29, 2013
By BETSY RIDER - Special to the Sun-Gazette , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

When Rosemary Neidig was diagnosed with breast cancer and was told she might have only a year to live, she wanted to share her life's memories with her children. She wanted her two older children to know their biological father; they had been adopted by her second husband, Paul Neidig, but they had few, if any, memories of their late father, Fred Fischer.

 
 

 

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