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1,000 mourners bid farewell to slain Somerville teen-ager
[First Edition]
Boston Globe (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Boston, Mass.
Author: Brelis, Matthew
Date: Apr 4, 1995
Start Page: 25
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Some of Deanna Cremin's high school classmates dealt with their grief yesterday in a teen-age way -- by blaring Billy Joel's "Only the Good Die Young" from a car stereo in her funeral procession, which one police officer said had at least 150 vehicles.

But one Somerville source familiar with the case said that one man has been questioned "at least twice" in connection with Cremin's slaying. The source said that Cremin's boyfriend was also questioned.

In a brief eulogy at the funeral Mass, Cremin's father, Michael, urged those in the crowd to remember his daughter's smile whenever they feel like crying. He said that is what he has done, and that he will always remember Deanna's smile -- something she began each day with.

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