|Survivors shouldn’t feel guilty about loved one’s suicide|
|Written by Sara Berelsman|
|Saturday, September 01, 2012 12:36 AM|
The year was 1987. Alf was popular. The Simpsons made its television debut. Three Men and a Baby, Good Morning, Vietnam and Dirty Dancing were tearing up the box office. Bad was released by Michael Jackson. Whitney Houston wanted to dance with somebody. Sandy Lyle, of Delphos, was 19.
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