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Denise Körner (Civilian)

Gender: Female
Military Status: Civilian
About Me:
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen ,

My name is Denise Korner. I am writing you this letter because I am in search of my corporal father. My twin sister Patricia and I were born on March 9, 1977, in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Our father was an " black "American soldier stationed in the Kleber barracks around 1975-77. Patricia and I were adopted at the age of three by a German family . Our corporal mother was also a German woman, we located her in 1995 . She is living at this time in Lake Charles, Louisiana. To close the circle, we need to find our father. It is really very important for us, and we hope that you can help us.

Unfortunately, we do not have much information about our father. The relationship with our mother is difficult due to everything that happened . It is understandable that she does not want to talk about the past , although it is not really acceptable for us. There is a big void in our lives since we do not know where are roots are!!

The information that we know about our father is limited. Our mother told us that his name was Michael Powell (we don`t know if he has a middle name) and that he was from Chicago, Illinois. During 1976, he was around 23-25 years old (maybe younger or older but in this span) and was stationated at the Kleber Barracks in Kaiserslautern (we do not know in which unit). Our mother also told us that he was put in the American Army jail in Mannheim (Germany), although we do not know why. Maybe this is a very helpful and important clue (but we can`t guarantee that this is the truth!!)

Our mother told us that she wrote letters to him in the jail to tell him about her pregnancy. We were born on March 9, 1977. We do not know if he ever received the letters, or if he knows that he has two daughters. Our father must have been in jail around 1976. We do not know if he was
honorably or dishonorably discharged from the army, or if he ended up serving a long career and retiring.

We are hoping that there are official records in your office were this information is stored. We do not have any identification numbers to give you, but we hope that this information might be enough to secure his original address in the United States. It is a very important thing for my
sister and I. We are ready to come to the States if we need to. My sister and I are deeply grateful to you for any help you may be able to offer.

Sincerely,


Denise and Patricia Korner


Dear Ladies and Gentlemen ,

My name is Denise Korner. I am writing you this letter because I am in search of my corporal father. My twin sister Patricia and I were born on March 9, 1977, in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Our father was an " black "American soldier stationed in the Kleber barracks around 1975-77. Patricia and I were adopted at the age of three by a German family . Our corporal mother was also a German woman, we located her in 1995 . She is living at this time in Lake Charles, Louisiana. To close the circle, we need to find our father. It is really very important for us, and we hope that you can help us.

Unfortunately, we do not have much information about our father. The relationship with our mother is difficult due to everything that happened . It is understandable that she does not want to talk about the past , although it is not really acceptable for us. There is a big void in our lives since we do not know where are roots are!!

The information that we know about our father is limited. Our mother told us that his name was Michael Powell (we don`t know if he has a middle name) and that he was from Chicago, Illinois. During 1976, he was around 23-25 years old (maybe younger or older but in this span) and was stationated at the Kleber Barracks in Kaiserslautern (we do not know in which unit). Our mother also told us that he was put in the American Army jail in Mannheim (Germany), although we do not know why. Maybe this is a very helpful and important clue (but we can`t guarantee that this is the truth!!)

Our mother told us that she wrote letters to him in the jail to tell him about her pregnancy. We were born on March 9, 1977. We do not know if he ever received the letters, or if he knows that he has two daughters. Our father must have been in jail around 1976. We do not know if he was
honorably or dishonorably discharged from the army, or if he ended up serving a long career and retiring.

We are hoping that there are official records in your office were this information is stored. We do not have any identification numbers to give you, but we hope that this information might be enough to secure his original address in the United States. It is a very important thing for my
sister and I. We are ready to come to the States if we need to. My sister and I are deeply grateful to you for any help you may be able to offer.

Sincerely,


Denise and Patricia Korner

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