Suzi claims that other investigators have been trained on how to keep up with her Web site, and she feels comfortable in trying something utterly new with her life.
She can't wait to get to her new job at Mesa Community College as an Environmental Coordinator, which sounds suspiciously like a paid tree-hugger to us.
That's about as far from handling dead bodies on a daily basis as it gets. Probably a really good thing--for Suzi Dodt, if not the rest of us.
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