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In an instant, Oswalt became a widower — and single parent.
Her widower, Asif Ali Zardari, who was away at the time, refused to allow an autopsy.
Wallace Dean Worman, an 87-year-old widower, was picking up dinner Sunday at Boston’s Fish House near Winter Park when a stranger forced him into his own car and drove him to a bank, where the man used Worman’s debit card to withdraw money.
This is the second wedding for Oswalt, who became a widower in April of 2016 when his first wife, Michelle McNamara, died in her sleep as a result of a mixture of prescription medications and an undetected heart condition.
Pitzer is the widower of Gail Lykins, daughter of Dorothy Easterling and sister to Estill Easterling III.
Oh, and thankfully, James isn't a widower in real life.
While adjusting to her new surroundings, Maxine, played by Laura Meyer, meets Joe, played by David Mikolajczyk, a widower who shares her love for dance.
His attorney said Rubinstein is a widower who is raising his 15-year-old daughter alone since his wife died from a stroke a year ago.
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