Barbara Fassig of Weddington, N.C., was 23 when she was given a bracelet bearing the name Dan Maslowski, a Vietnam War co-pilot who was a prisoner of war. She continued to pray daily for Maslowski that he have a "safe and blessed life” even after knowing he made it home. She has done this every day for 45 years.
Barbara Fassig of Weddington, N.C., was 23 when she was given a bracelet bearing the name Dan Maslowski, a Vietnam War co-pilot who was a prisoner of war. She continued to pray daily for Maslowski that he have a "safe and blessed life” even after knowing he made it home. She has done this every day for 45 years. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Barbara Fassig of Weddington, N.C., was 23 when she was given a bracelet bearing the name Dan Maslowski, a Vietnam War co-pilot who was a prisoner of war. She continued to pray daily for Maslowski that he have a "safe and blessed life” even after knowing he made it home. She has done this every day for 45 years. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

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