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A family found after 42 years

9:48 AM, Mar. 17, 2014
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When Barbara (Fager) Osterman of rural Kewaunee gave her son up for adoption on Jan. 14, 1972, she did not think she would ever see or hear from him again. Exactly 42 years later, Glen Denlinger needed to contact his mother so he could learn about his biological family's medical history.

In October 2013, Osterman received a letter requesting if he could contact her through the adoption agency.

Osterman, now living in Freeport Texas, had been looking for direction after her husband died eight years ago, and learning that her son wanted to meet her was exactly the spark in life she was looking for. ...

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