CALHOUNER EUGENE STUMP GETS WWII MEDALS 66 YEARS LATER

(11/11/2015)

VIENNA - More than 60 years after his discharge, Calden Eugene Stump finally got the medals due him after his service in the U.S. Navy during World War II.

Stump, 86, of Parkersburg, said his medals might have been lost among all the paperwork from the massive number of discharges after the war ended.

See Jeffrey Saulton's complete story: World War II veteran receives medals - Ceremony comes 66 years after service   newsandsentinel.com  


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