They had tried to leave Ukraine since 2008, but it wasn’t until this year that immigrants Romana Yaroshchak and Eduard Loshyn finally found a new life in the United States. Living with relatives in Shawnee, they’ll soon experience their first Fourth of July. Loshyn now works at the University of Kansas Medical Center.
They had tried to leave Ukraine since 2008, but it wasn’t until this year that immigrants Romana Yaroshchak and Eduard Loshyn finally found a new life in the United States. Living with relatives in Shawnee, they’ll soon experience their first Fourth of July. Loshyn now works at the University of Kansas Medical Center. JILL TOYOSHIBA JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM
They had tried to leave Ukraine since 2008, but it wasn’t until this year that immigrants Romana Yaroshchak and Eduard Loshyn finally found a new life in the United States. Living with relatives in Shawnee, they’ll soon experience their first Fourth of July. Loshyn now works at the University of Kansas Medical Center. JILL TOYOSHIBA JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM

July Fourth brings special meaning to four who cherish freedom

June 30, 2015 03:36 PM