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PART 2: How Loretta Kaminsky found love again after losing her husband

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Finding love again after the death of a spouse is challenging and a reality millions of seniors face today. Data from Pew Research found that one in two divorced or widowed seniors had remarried and that trend figures to continue with longer age expectancy.

Loretta and Bob love are literally sailing into the sunset--- as part of a Holland America Senior Cruise. By popular demand Loretta will be returning to teach her popular Zumba classes and Bob will join her to talk about living with diabetes with other medical professionals specializing in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and heart health.

Dealing with the loss of a loved one or friend? Contact: Mary & Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Support Center

Nick Lippa leads our Arts & Culture Coverage, and is also the lead reporter for the station's Mental Health Initiative, profiling the struggles and triumphs of those who battle mental health issues and the related stigma that can come from it.
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