- Associated Press - Sunday, June 14, 2015

GROSSE POINTE WOODS, Mich. (AP) - A labyrinth has been dedicated in memory of Jane Bashara, a suburban Detroit woman who was strangled three years ago.

Jane’s Walk is located in the front yard of St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Grosse Pointe Woods. The church says prayer stations that explore the symbolic journey of walking a labyrinth are being planned as part of the memorial. An event was held Sunday.

Bashara’s husband Bob Bashara was sentenced in January to life in prison for arranging his wife’s killing. They lived nearby in Grosse Pointe Park, and she was found dead in her Mercedes-Benz in a Detroit alley, miles from home.

Prosecutors say Bob Bashara coerced handyman Joe Gentz strangle his wife and to abandon the body. Gentz is in prison for second-degree murder.

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