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“Louise doesn’t just believe in second chances, but third and fourth chances, too,” he said. “A lot of people who come to Amicus are in and out. We were instructed to not look at their crimes, to not judge them on their worst day. We’re judging them for who they are right now.”
Wolfgramm and her husband, Richard, plan to see shows, spend time at their second home in Lanesboro, Minn., and with their three grown children and 10-month-old grandson. She also wants to work on issues of homelessness.
Amicus, Wolfgramm said, is in good hands. “I’m very excited for the possibilities for Amicus and,” she added with a grin, “I’m very glad that I don’t have to fundraise anymore.”
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