MANKATO, Minn. — June Shoen cried when she received confirmation that exhumed remains were those of her big brother. Shoen, 80, and Harold Gifford, 93, received calls Monday following up on DNA tests they'd submitted last year. Quentin Gifford was killed at Pearl Harbor when the USS Oklahoma capsized after being struck by torpedoes Dec. 7, 1941. "Seventy-five years ago — I was 6 years old at the time. I vaguely remember a Mass was held at the Catholic Church in Mankato," she said.
MANKATO — June Shoen cried when she received confirmation that exhumed remains were those of her big brother.Shoen, 80, of Angle Inlet, and Harold Gifford, 93, of Woodbury, received calls Monday following up on DNA tests they'd submitted last year.Quentin Gifford was killed at Pearl Harbor when the USS Oklahoma capsized after being struck by torpedoes Dec. 7, 1941. "Seventy-five years ago — I was 6 years old at the time.
MANKATO, Minn. - John D. Lukacs recently was reading a war diary for research when he noticed the name Linus Schramski popping up in entries written by a fellow POW. The documentary filmmaker was on his computer doing research on Schramski, when he found a newspaper article about a scrapbook kept by the family of the World War II soldier who was a survivor of the Bataan Death March in 1942. Lukacs decided to reach out to Schramski’s widow and two daughters, who live in Mankato.
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Selecting a term
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