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An Ohio woman who said she couldn’t afford her family’s meals because she was broke has died.
The woman, who has been identified by her family as 46-year-old Michelle D. Dorn, suffered from diabetes and had diabetes as a child, according to a release from the Lorain County Coroner’s Office.
She lived at her family home in Ohio City for nearly 20 years, but had struggled financially since her daughter’s death in August.
“Michelle Dorn was an amazing woman who was kind and kind and loving and loved her family,” said the release.
“Michelle’s loved ones are devastated by her death.”
Michelle D. was born in Cleveland in 1976.
She moved to Ohio City with her family when she was 6 years old and went to work as a receptionist at the local hospital, according the release, which did not identify her family.
She was the only child of two sisters and a brother, according The New York Times.
Michelle’s husband, Mark, is also from Cleveland.
The Associated Press does not typically identify people who die after eating alone, but the Ohio County Coroners Office identified Michelle as Dorn’s daughter.
Dorn had two children with Mark, according Tooroki.
“The family had to raise her daughter as they did,” Dorn said.
“I never thought she would have to go through this.
I just thought it would be hard.
It was tough.”
The Ohio State Police said the investigation is ongoing.