• Vigil marks anniversary of Jennifer Kitchens Wells’ death
By Linda Green

Family members show off special t-shirts created in memory of Jennifer Kitchens. Photo by Linda Green.

A computer flashing images of Jennifer Kitchens Wells that were accompanied by the song “I Miss You” said it all during a vigil that occurred in a rural cemetery Saturday night.
Family and friends of the Glascock County woman who was allegedly killed by her ex-husband Ricky Wells and his girlfriend Tina Wells on Sept. 29, 2011, gathered at her grave on the anniversary of her death.
Tears rained down the faces of the more than 20 people surrounding Kitchens Wells’ grave as they watched the video and recalled a woman who was well loved by her community. Absent from the headstone was the name Wells.
“Today is the one-year anniversary of my sister’s murder,” said Rochelle Cosby. “We just miss her dearly.”

To read more on this story, see the Wed., Oct. 3, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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