California man just got letters father sent in WWII
SACRAMENTO, Cali. – A California man just received two letters his father sent to him and his mother during World War II.
It took nearly 70 years for them to reach the right family.
Chuck Kunelis’ father wrote the letter from Italy to his wife and son back in Arlington, Virginia.
They were mailed but for some reason they never reached their destination.
An Australian stamp collector recently bought the letters from a dealer.
When he realized they were never opened, he tracked down the sender’s son and sent them himself.
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