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John and Terri Vanderheiden discuss how daughter’s murder changed their lives

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Posted: Wednesday, March 14, 2012 12:00 am

John and Terri Vanderheiden sat just inches from the sister of their daughter’s killer as they recounted once again the grief they have had to endure for more than a decade during a taping of journalist Anderson Cooper’s talk show “Anderson” that aired Tuesday.

Terri Vanderheiden, in a black blazer and light blue shirt, turned to face Dolly Shermantine, Wesley Shermantine Jr.’s sister, during the show. Terry Vanderheiden said she did not blame the woman for what happened to her daughter, 25-year-old Clements resident Cyndi Vanderheiden. But, she added, she would never forgive Shermantine for what he did to her daughter.

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