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Arlington Heights father's remains lost in the mail by USPS, still missing

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Colin McGuire shipped his father's remains through the USPS on May 11. The remains were scheduled to arrive the next day, but never made it to the funeral home in Arlington Heights. The tracking information shows the package was initially scanned, but nothing occurred after that. The postal service says it is doing everything in its power to find the remains.
1 month ago·Arlington Heights, United States

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Arlington Heights father's remains lost in the mail by USPS, still missing

The cremated remains of an Arlington Heights man's father were lost in the mail when they were shipped from California to Illinois.

1 month ago·Chicago, United States
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Father's Cremated Remains Lost in Transit, With Son Demanding Answers From USPS

A local family is left demanding answers from the United States Postal Service after the cremated remains of a loved one weren’t delivered to a funeral home this month.

1 month ago·Chicago, United States
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Family seeks answers after father’s remains lost in the mail

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. — An Arlington Heights lost his father suddenly last year. Now, his father’s remains are missing as well.Daniel McGuire grew up in Arlington Heights.“He was a big guy, 6’5. Everyone called him ‘Big Mac,’” his son Colin McGuire said. “My dad was a best friend to me and he was a really good friend to a lot of my friends. I had the house everyone wanted to hang out at.”It was heart-related issues that took Daniel McGuire’s l…

1 month ago·Chicago, United States
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