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Bonnie and Len Didier, the parents of the Rev. Darin Didier, stand by his grave in St. Mary's Cemetery in Alexandria. The couple installed the pillar in the foreground when they discovered that people were leaving prayers and tokens at their son's grave. Jo Colvin / Alexandria Echo Press

Believers say man of God still doing the Lord's work

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ALEXANDRIA, Minn. - Even in death, Darin Didier continues to touch people's lives.

He listens to those in need. He is there when people want to cry on his shoulder. He loves unconditionally. He gives hope to people in despair. Some think he helps heal the sick. And he does it all from his grave.

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