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Maine World War II veteran, 102, gets long overdue medals

Maine World War II veteran, 102, gets long overdue medals


ECONOMY…WITH MORE THAN
300- MILLION IN PAY TO
CIVILIAN MAINE WOKERS. IT’S NEVER TOO LATE FOR
MILITARY HONORS. NOW A 102-YEAR- OLD MAINE
VETERAN IS GETTING HERS. RUTH ENDICOTT SERVED
IN WORLD WAR TWO. TODY….SENATOR ANGUS
KING VISITED HER OGUNQUIT
HOME TO PRESENT HER WITH
FOUR MEDLS. ENDICOTT SERVED AT THE
PORTSMOUTH NAVAL YARD AND
THE WOMEN’S AMY CORPS. SHE VOLUNTEERED TO G
OVERSEAS AND WAS SENT TO
ENGLAND AND FRANCE IN
19-43.  
 
 
 
YOU KNOW MAINE IS I THINK THE
THIRD HIGHEST STATE IN THE
COUNTRY PER CAPITA IN
VETERANS AND SE’S PROBALY THE OLDEST
VETERAN IN MAINE AND IT WAS
JUS AN HONOR FOR ME TO BE
ABLE TO SI DOWN WITH HER FOR
A MINUTE IN AND SHARE THAT
PRETTY SPECIAL MOMEN ENDICOTT WENT ON TO GET A
MEDICAL DEGREES AND SPENT
50 YEARS AS A FAMILY
PHYSIIAN IN OGUNQUIT. THE MEDALS CAME ABOUT
WHEN HER DAUGHTER AS


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