WWII soldier's letter and medals finally reach daughterBreaking News
RENO, Nev. — A World War II soldier's heartfelt letter to his daughter has finally reached her, seven decades after it was written.
Peggy Eddington-Smith received the letter penned by her father, Pfc. John Eddington, as well as his Bronze Star and Purple Heart medals, during an emotional ceremony Saturday in Dayton, Nev., about 40 miles southeast of Reno.
The father she never met wrote the three-page letter shortly after she was born and shortly before he died in Italy in June 1944. He sent it while stationed in Texas, just before he was sent overseas....
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