A few years ago, a client of Wells Fargo & Co.'s private bank unexpectedly lost his spouse of 50 years.

The widower quickly went into a tailspin: deeply depressed, isolated, not eating well, not even paying bills. But after a neighbor approached Wells on the man's behalf, things began to change.

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