Paul Brock, left, and Eddie Wales, owners of Two Brothers Jerky, were adopted by different families and found each other years later. “He knew and I knew as soon as we saw each other that we were brothers,” Brock said.
Paul Brock, left, and Eddie Wales, owners of Two Brothers Jerky, were adopted by different families and found each other years later. “He knew and I knew as soon as we saw each other that we were brothers,” Brock said. Forrest Clonts Provided photo
Paul Brock, left, and Eddie Wales, owners of Two Brothers Jerky, were adopted by different families and found each other years later. “He knew and I knew as soon as we saw each other that we were brothers,” Brock said. Forrest Clonts Provided photo

The miraculous story behind Columbia-based Two Brothers Jerky

January 29, 2017 08:18 AM

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