EARLIER: Memorial service for Shelby County teen kept private

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Friends, family of Jackleen Lane gather at Shelby County Extension Office.

By Lisa King

The spirit of Jackleen Lane, a teenage girl who died tragically last week, lives on in the memory of her friends and loved ones who attended a memorial remembrance service for her on Wednesday.

Elizabeth Pulliam, director of Shelby Prevention, an organization that focuses on striving to keep kids off drugs and alcohol, held the service Wednesday for Lane, 15, of Bagdad, at the Shelby County Extension Office on Frankfort Road in order to help Lane’s friends deal with their grief and to provide counseling if they should wish it.

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