Westchester widows unite to write book on grieving
WESTCHESTER – After Susan Troppito's husband died of a sudden heart attack on Easter in 2010, she joined a group for widows at her church led by Nancy Steker.
Steker, an instructional aid at Divine Infant School, had worked with Troppito's kids when they attended there. But despite their families living a block apart, the two women never got to know each other.
After a year, the widows' group had lost most its members, leaving only Troppito and Steker. They became friends and spent two years talking about their grieving. One night, they went out to celebrate their birthdays and decided they should write a book about all the feelings they'd shared with each other.
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