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Continued: Crookston man convicted in murder trial that riveted Thief River Falls

  • Article by: JUSTIN GLAWE , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Last update: November 5, 2013 - 8:30 PM

In it, the 14-year-old said exactly what losing her mother meant to her — not having her there for proms, dates, wearing makeup for the first time, the “birds-and-the-bees talk every parent ruins” and her eventual wedding day.

“All of these were stolen from her,” Katelynn wrote in the third person. “Her mother was buried on her 13th birthday.”

After the verdict, Jeff Kazmierczak said he and his family are “looking to get back to something we can call normal.”

That family includes a 4-month-old grandson whom Tanya Kazmierczak never met.

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