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Book honors slain teacher

Post by Debbie Cafazzo / The News Tribune on March 31, 2011 at 5:28 pm with 1 Comment »
March 31, 2011 5:28 pm

The life story of murdered Tacoma teacher Jennifer Paulson is now a biography written by Eric Lundberg.
Paulson, a special education teacher at Birney Elementary School, was gunned down outside the school in February 2010 by a stalker who had followed her since her college days.
Afterwards, Paulson’s family, friends and members of the community paid tribute to her at a memorial service and in a garden planted at the school in May. Lundberg’s book, “A Life Well Lived: The Jennifer Paulson Story,” aims at telling her story. The author says he wanted to inspire readers to pursue their own God-given calling “as if there were no tomorrow here on Earth, the way Jennifer did.”

Profits from sale of the book will be donated in her memory to serve the community with scholarships, victims’ help programs, books and educational support for children. The book is available at www.JenniferAnnPaulson.com

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  1. rampoloparent says:

    Eric, what a great way to honor Jennifer! We are proud of you!

    Jacquie & Paul

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