Eva Gentile kisses the forehead of Sam Robertson at the end of their meeting in Clayton last week. Gentile and Robertson were on opposite ends of life-saving food drops over the Netherlands in World War II, her as a young girl, him as a ball-turret gunner in a B-17.
Eva Gentile kisses the forehead of Sam Robertson at the end of their meeting in Clayton last week. Gentile and Robertson were on opposite ends of life-saving food drops over the Netherlands in World War II, her as a young girl, him as a ball-turret gunner in a B-17. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
Eva Gentile kisses the forehead of Sam Robertson at the end of their meeting in Clayton last week. Gentile and Robertson were on opposite ends of life-saving food drops over the Netherlands in World War II, her as a young girl, him as a ball-turret gunner in a B-17. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

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