Korean War POW to be laid to rest in Silver Creek

SILVER CREEK, Neb. (KSNB) -- A family that has been left wondering what happened to their father and husband in the Korean War is finally going to find some answers.

Master Sergeant Leonard Kelsey Chinn is being returned to the United States to be laid to rest in Silver Creek on Wednesday.

He died in a POW camp in 1951. He left behind a wife and two young sons.

His son Rodney Chinn says he is happy the family can get some closure.

A full military service will be held in Silver Creek at the Methodist Church on Wednesday, September 19th at 2:00 pm. Burial will follow the service at the Silver Creek Cemetery.