Remains of WWII radioman finally coming home

STEVENSVILLE, Mich. (WOOD) — It’s a homecoming 73 years in the making: The remains of a West Michigan man who died when his plane crashed during World War II have been found and will be returned to his family Thursday.

The emotions for Albert Rybarczyk’s family are indescribable. His remains will return home on Dec. 7, the same date Pearl Harbor was bombed, drawing the U.S. in to the war that killed him.

“When we were growing up, it wasn’t talked about a lot by my grandmother or my aunt or my mom because I think it was too hard for them,” Rybarczyk’s niece, Cindy Gray, said.

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