OfficeMax Sends Letter Addressed to 'Daughter Killed in Car Crash'

A family who lost their daughter in a car accident last year received an apology from OfficeMax for their insensitive address on a piece of mail. Mike Seay of Lindenhurst, Ill. says the office supply store sent him a letter that was addressed to "Daughter Killed in Car Crash." There was no explanation provided by OfficeMax, other than saying the mailing was the result of a list rented from a "third-party provider." OfficeMax spokeswoman Karen Denning said the company is still looking into how the note about the Seays' daughter ended up in the address field of mail from the company. Story

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