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StorySharingCNY
0000017a-3c50-d913-abfe-bd54a8af0001In 2017, Syracuse Jewish Family Service invited WRVO to help celebrate its 125th anniversary by recording the stories and significant lifetime experiences of central New Yorkers. Now, we're sharing these stories with you.0000017a-3c50-d913-abfe-bd54a8b10000StorySharingCNY brings you stories of family, friends, love... and life. Listen as our friends, neighbors and coworkers tell us their experiences in their own words.

Laszlo Kolozsvary with his daughter-in-law Kat Kolozsvary and granddaughter Maggie

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In this edition of StorySharingCNY, Laszlo Kolozsvary talks with his daughter-in-law Kat Kolozsvary and granddaughter Maggie about growing up in Hungary, fleeing with his family during the Budapest uprising of 1956, and becoming an American citizen.