Welcome Home, Kae Say Paw Family
This Karen family of seven, made it out of the oppression of Burma, to the Thai refugee camp. They were processed as refugees by the UN and prepared for immigration. When they arrived in the United States the widowed mother, Kae Say Paw and six of her children found themselves in Michigan. The oldest daughter, Se Eh Doe Htoo arrived in Atlanta, GA. About four months ago they migrated to High Point, NC and now reside on Rotary Drive (about 2 blocks from FWC). We’re glad you are here. All of the family members are pictured here except a 19 year old son, Moo Doh.
Late breaking news is that the mother landed a a 3rd shift job at the Purdue Chicken Processing plant in Rockingham.