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    Hallie Twomey kisses a packet of her son's ashes before packaging them to send to someone who will scatter them. Twomey's son, C.J., committed suicide in front of her Auburn home three-and-a-half years ago.

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    The Twomey family keeps C.J.'s urn in the living room of their Auburn home. Three-and-a-half years after C.J.'s suicide, his mother, Hallie, is asking people to scatter his ashes around the world.

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    "I'm still broken," said Hallie Twomey as she wiped a tear from her cheek during a recent interview. Twomey's son, C.J., committed suicide three-and-a-half years ago in front of their Auburn home.

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    Scattering CJ photos 12/01/2013 - Amber Waterman/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Hallie Twomey sends a small packet of her son's ashes — along with a thank-you card, a picture and a small write-up on C.J. — to people willing to scatter his ashes around the world.

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    Scattering CJ photos 12/01/2013 - Amber Waterman/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Hallie Twomey had her son's initials tattooed under her wedding ring. To honor him, she is sending her son's ashes — along with a thank-you card, a picture and a small write-up on C.J. — to people willing to scatter his ashes around the world.

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