Nov 12, 2013 - Charles Kolb, Bessemer, Ala.Editor:
I was born in Fremont County, and I started grade school there. Not long afterward, my father lost his job, so my parents decided to move to Nashville, Tenn. While we were moving we had a bad car accident, and my parents were killed.
The Department of Social Services placed me in a group home until I turned 18. When I turned 18 I started out all on my own.
I got mixed up with the wrong crowd, and I got into trouble. Now I am in prison in Alabama.
I am sure that I still have some relatives living in Riverton or Lander, and I would hope some of my relatives will see my name and remember me.
I would very much like to hear from them.
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