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Military couple returns home to bury child

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By Jay Cason

When Melissa Hytinen left the military base near Ansbach, Germany, in late October to be deployed to Iraq, she never dreamed it would be the last time that she would be able to talk and share hugs with her baby daughter.

But barely a month later, Melissa received the message that is every parent's worst nightmare. Her almost-6-month-old daughter Natalee had died in her sleep, an apparent victim of sudden infant death syndrome.

After Melissa left for Iraq, Natalee remained in the care of her father Roger, who was also stationed at the military base in Germany.


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