Millbrook resident talks about surviving the Holocaust

Regina Samelson, at her home at The Fountains in Millbrook, shared her story of surviving the Holocaust. She turned 95 on Tuesday, May 16. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

MILLBROOK —   The story of Regina Samelson is a long one; after all, she was born on May 16, 1922, 95 years ago. But the real miracle of her story is that she is here at all, because she is a survivor of the Holocaust. These days, at her home at The Fountains in Millbrook, she reflects on her life.  

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