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Mourners of homeless woman urge city to help

Saratoga Springs Mayor-Elect, Joanne Yepsin, left, takes a moment to speak to close friends of Nancy Pitts after a memorial service for the 54-year old woman who was found last Thursday morning, lying unresponsive on the back porch of the Senior Center on Williams Street. The homeless women died of hypothermia. The service was held at Saratoga Presbyterian-New England Congregational Church on Thursday morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Saratoga Springs Mayor-Elect, Joanne Yepsin, left, takes a moment to speak to close friends of Nancy Pitts after a memorial service for the 54-year old woman who was found last Thursday morning, lying unresponsive on the back porch of the Senior Center on Williams Street. The homeless women died of hypothermia. The service was held at Saratoga Presbyterian-New England Congregational Church on Thursday morning.
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Most people never heard the name Nancy Pitts until this week, five days after her lifeless body was found on the Saratoga Springs Senior Center’s loading dock. But the 54-year-old homeless woman who had lived on the city’s streets for years was funny and kind, those who had known her for years said at a memorial service held this morning. “Her favorite thing was feeding the ducks,” said a man who sat with friends at ...


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