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|Wednesday, September 01, 2010|
Kathy Presnell's Roseburg business memorializes loved ones' ashes by suspending them in glass, calling them "Bobrocks."
The small glass stones are named after her late father, who wanted his ashes to be spread many places to celebrate his love of traveling.
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