Woman finally gets apology for 'deceased' mix-up
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — A Duluth mother who received a returned letter mailed to her soldier son mistakenly stamped "deceased" finally has the apology she sought for more than six years.
Joan Najbar received the returned letter sent to her son in Iraq in 2006. Najbar said the letter made her angry because she knew her son wasn't dead. She had just talked to him.
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