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We Forget Our Own Deaths All the Time

A mother of a deceased son reflects on the death of Kobe Byrant

Kate Suddes, 1983
Photo: Kate Suddes

II don’t want to write about Kobe Bryant. I don’t want to write about Gianna Bryant. I don’t want to write about John, Keri, or Alyssa Altobelli. Not Sarah and Payton Chester. Not Christina Mauser. And not Ara Zobayan either. On Sunday morning, I was sitting on the couch and saw the first alert…

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