NEW TOWN, N.D. (AP) _ A grief counselor who has provided support
to a Minnesota reservation following a deadly shooting spree and
victims of the Oklahoma City bombing is now in New Town to help
community members deal with the death of four residents.
Jacqueline Gray has been on hand since Wednesday offering grief
support following the deaths of 64-year-old Martha Johnson and
three of her grandchildren: 13-year-old Benjamin Schuster,
10-year-old Julia Schuster and 6-year-old Luke Schuster.
Gray is associate director of indigenous programs at the Center
for Rural Health and the Department of Pathology at the University
of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Gray previously offered grief counseling at the Red Lake
Reservation in Minnesota 2005 after a deadly shooting and in