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Louis area, there's a good chance Ron Klutho's phone number is posted on the refrigerator or some other prominent place. Pius V Catholic Church's refugee support program on South Grand Boulevard when the first wave of Bosnians were relocated here.
“I remember seeing (on TV) the genocide unfolding in Bosnia, and I wanted to do something to help,” he said.
He stayed with eight families over the course of a month.
“I went there not as a tourist but as a Bosnian, to live the life they did,” Klutho said. She was 3 or 4 at the time of Klutho’s visit and doesn’t remember meeting him.
It was her uncle who helped arrange the trip to Bosnia for Klutho.
Many Serbs and Croats fought to secede from newly independent Bosnia and attach themselves to the independent countries of Serbia and Croatia (still a part of Yugoslavia) next door.
Although since 1995 a multinational Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina exists, most Serbs and many Croats in the region now call themselves by their national group name.
In the process, the Bosnian footprint on the region has expanded to south St. Affton, Bayless, Hancock Place and Mehlville schools have seen their international student population jump and bolster sagging enrollments and soccer programs.