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Ashland High School Students Grieve, Remember Classmate

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  Original Published: 8/19/2014

Ashland High School starts the new year Wednesday with a collective heavy heart. 16-year-old, Christiana Ringler did not survive serious injuries she suffered in a car accident last Wednesday.

A memorial is set up at the corner of U.S. 42 and King Road near Ashland High School.

Freshman students had their orientation Tuesday, with the first day Wednesday. Grief counselors from the Ashland County Crisis Intervention Team will be there when the entire student body arrives.

Three of Christi's closest friends carry fond memories of her. But the fond memories are not enough to ease their pain.

Ashland High School has a memorial for students who died, and her classmates say Christiana Ringler will be added to it as soon as possible.

Calling hours are Wednesday from three to seven at Grace Brethren Church at 1144 W. Main Street in Ashland, with funeral services to follow. A private family burial will be held in Adario Cemetery.

   
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