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Rosemary Ward Mack holds a picture of her and her son, Matthew Jon Ward, who was found dead, but not identified, in a vacant Baltimore building in 2003. At the same time , she was searching for him, couldn't find him. His body went to the state anatomy board. and was cremated, and buried. Only this year was he identified, and she will be going to the June 20 memorial service in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100606030000" title="Sykesville" href="/topic/us/maryland/carroll-county-%28maryland%29/sykesville-PLGEO100100606030000.topic">Sykesville</a>, the first time she will be at his final resting place.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Lloyd Fox / June 10, 2011 )

Rosemary Ward Mack holds a picture of her and her son, Matthew Jon Ward, who was found dead, but not identified, in a vacant Baltimore building in 2003. At the same time , she was searching for him, couldn't find him. His body went to the state anatomy board. and was cremated, and buried. Only this year was he identified, and she will be going to the June 20 memorial service in Sykesville, the first time she will be at his final resting place.

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