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Retracing the past
Albany farm plays part in successful life of war refugee
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Seventy years to the day that George Skowronski arrived on the Oliver farm, his son, two daughters and a granddaughter visited with the Oliver family. (From left) George’s daughters Debbie Skowronski and Vicki Dauw; George’s son, Tim Skowronski; Susan Oliver; George’s granddaughter, Jessica Dauw; Andy Oliver; and Dick Oliver. - photo by By Marian Viney
That displaced person was George Skowronski, one of the first to arrive in Green County on April 28, 1949. He was sponsored by the Edward Oliver family who had a dairy farm near Albany, now with a Monticello address.

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