After Jennifer Stuber’s husband killed himself in 2010, she worked with a variety of individuals and groups – including gun rights advocates – to get more suicide prevention tools in place. Here she is seen in 2014 with children Jake, left, and Zoe.
After Jennifer Stuber’s husband killed himself in 2010, she worked with a variety of individuals and groups – including gun rights advocates – to get more suicide prevention tools in place. Here she is seen in 2014 with children Jake, left, and Zoe. Courtesy of the University of Washington Alumni Magazine Erin Lodi
After Jennifer Stuber’s husband killed himself in 2010, she worked with a variety of individuals and groups – including gun rights advocates – to get more suicide prevention tools in place. Here she is seen in 2014 with children Jake, left, and Zoe. Courtesy of the University of Washington Alumni Magazine Erin Lodi

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My common ground with the NRA on suicide prevention

April 08, 2016 9:49 AM

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