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Gravestone dedicated for Sister Jean Webster, who fed the homeless in Atlantic City

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Vernon Ogrodnek

Pastor Cecelia Woodard, Jean Webster's daughter originally from Atlantic City and now residing in Jackson, MS, places a flower on her mother's grave during a dedication of Sister Jean's headstone at the Atlantic City Cemetery, in Pleasantville, NJ, Thursday, Aug, 22, 2013.

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A headstone to mark the grave of Sister Jean Webster, an Atlantic City resident and casino cook who spent 25 years feeding the resort’s  poor, was finally obtained and dedicated Thursday.

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Vernon Ogrodnek

Pastor Cecelia Woodard, Jean Webster's daughter originally from Atlantic City and now residing in Jackson, MS, places a flower on her mother's grave during a dedication of Sister Jean's headstone at the Atlantic City Cemetery, in Pleasantville, NJ, Thursday, Aug, 22, 2013.