Home Project Yields Long-Lost Love Letters

Joshua McKinney found letters dating back to 1940 while insulating his Michigan home.
3:00 | 01/30/14

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They say love can last a lifetime and in this case it lasted an era while doing -- house improvement Josh McKinney was removing old insulation. But he found a stack of old love letters from the World War II camera in his attic. -- wrapped in a pink ribbon and included a birth certificate from 1942. Of -- William kissel. And that marriage certificate of an Edward and Virginia's -- -- 1941. McKinney and his sister decided to try to find the family the letters belong to you so they -- -- their local news station who shared the story on social media. The post circulated for four hours before reaching the eyes of williams' daughter Christine free from Muskegon Michigan. All the letters in a different light -- -- -- -- brother just can't -- this weekend. I don't know I just felt like my aunt was trying to talk to your song they need now it to the letters home and showed her mother -- -- -- was given the chance to get to know her husband's father -- she had only met once before his death. I didn't get an all and that -- -- these letters. That is trying to lock her the F. Christina and her mother Shirley kissel are happy to now have the letters in their possession.

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