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Remains of Nelson man found on Oregon coast

An urn that mysteriously washed up on the north Oregon coast  -- and  that contains the remains of a Nelson man -- will soon be reunited with his family.

The story of the urn sparked many news stories both in the US, Canada and even in Britain.

Iris Close is William George Kennedy's granddaughter. He died 87 years ago and it's his remains in that urn.

Daybreak host Chris Walker spoke with Iris, as well as Tom Preston, the Oregon funeral director responsible for reunititing Iris with her grandfather's remains.
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