Missing POW’s Remains Returned to His Widow 63 Years After His Death

For 63 years, Clara Gantt waited for her husband, Army Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Gantt, to return home after being declared a POW in the Korean War.

On Friday at LAX, the 94-year-old widow stood from her wheelchair and cried as her husband’s flag-draped casket finally arrived home.

“I am very, very proud of him. He was a wonderful husband, an understanding man,” said.

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For 63 years, Clara Gantt waited for her husband, Army Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Gantt, to return home after being declared a POW in the Korean War.

On Friday at LAX, the 94-year-old widow stood from her wheelchair and cried as her husband’s flag-draped casket finally arrived home.

“I am very, very proud of him. He was a wonderful husband, an understanding man,” said.

Read KTLA's story here: http://ktlane.ws/1cHdO5I

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