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Cary was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware. She graduated from DeSales University with a B.A. in Social Work. Experienced in working with at-risk children and teenagers, Cary has counseled and taught in educational, medical and psychiatric facilities in both Delaware and Pennsylvania. Along with children Quinlan, Hunter and Cabry, Cary and her husband Bryan reside in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Together wrote “Finlay’s Garden”, in memory of a beloved son and brother who died one day short of five months of age. This book deals with the subject of death from the mind’s eye of a five year old child who is trying to come to terms with loss. The Co-Authors’ shared hope is that “Finlay’s Garden”, written to relate to people of all ages, can help children and adults who have lost loved ones find comfort as they read the story together. To this day, a heart-shaped garden with a blooming cherry tree commemorating Finlay’s beautiful spirit has helped Finlay’s parents and siblings feel Finlay’s closeness and they know their guardian angel is never far away.
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