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Jacque Waller's family to keep Facebook page going

JACKSON, MO (KFVS) -

The "Find Jacque Waller" Facebook page soared to more than 18,000 likes these past couple of weeks.

Her family has decided to keep the page going under the same name.

It will now be used to help promote and assist others in domestic violence and missing persons situations.

Jacque's family will also continue to use the page to post updates on Jacque's triplets.

Jacque Waller's remains were found at the end of May after she went missing nearly two years earlier. She was laid to rest over the weekend.

Her estranged husband, Clay Waller, confessed to killing her and in a plea deal will spend 20 years in prison.

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