Ken Renberg is unique among America’s WWII veterans. He was born and raised in Germany in a Jewish family who had lived in Germany for centuries. When the Nazis’ persecution of Jews was on the rise, his parents sent him to Oklahoma to live with relatives. He graduated from high school in Enid, Okla. in 1939, joined the National Guard, and eventually risked his life and was injured while interrogating German POWs for U.S. Army intelligence. Ken is one of about 100 war veterans who live at Montereau and who are frequently honored for their service to our country. Read Ken’s story in the Tulsa World by clicking the link below.
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