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Former Brewster resident Andy Kroneberger, now of Spicer, holds a copy of the book he's written, "A Man Called Andreas," that documents his family's immigration journey. (Carolyn Lange/West Central Tribune)

Digging deeper: Andy Kroneberger takes personal journey through his family's unique history

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BREWSTER -- As a boy growing up in Brewster in the 1930s, Andy Kroneberger admits that he was often frustrated -- and even embarrassed -- by his immigrant parents' speech, customs and frugality.

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