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Posted: Sunday, November 25, 2012 12:02 am | Updated: 7:14 am, Sun Nov 25, 2012.

Laurie Johnson owned Oma’s Doll Shop in Cape May and volunteered as vice president of the board of directors for Family Promise’s Cape May County chapter, a faith-based organization that shelters and rehabilitates homeless families.

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