by Caryn Haller
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September 5, 2013
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Survivors walk for suicide prevention

With the night’s events still fresh in her mind, Shelly Seago, 45, doesn’t want her daughter’s death to go unnoticed. “It’s hard, but I think the more people who know, the better it is,” the Indian Hills resident said. “Her life meant a lot to me, but I want her death to mean something, too. I don’t want it to be for nothing.” Shanna Seago, 19, committed suicide Feb. 23 in her Oregon bedroom, where she lived with her mother and grandmother. Shelly, diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease and liver failure, had been at the emergency room most of that day. …

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