Karen Pszonka, center, pushes grandson Liam on a swing along with granddaughters Peighton, left, and Basia, right, at the playground she and husband Tom built in honor of grandsons Wyatt and Hunter, who died in the Oso landslide, at the preschool the boys attended in Arlington, Wash.
Karen Pszonka, center, pushes grandson Liam on a swing along with granddaughters Peighton, left, and Basia, right, at the playground she and husband Tom built in honor of grandsons Wyatt and Hunter, who died in the Oso landslide, at the preschool the boys attended in Arlington, Wash. Mark Harrison Seattle Times
Karen Pszonka, center, pushes grandson Liam on a swing along with granddaughters Peighton, left, and Basia, right, at the playground she and husband Tom built in honor of grandsons Wyatt and Hunter, who died in the Oso landslide, at the preschool the boys attended in Arlington, Wash. Mark Harrison Seattle Times

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