At 106, age just a number for World War II vet
He’s got bright blue eyes, a thick head of white hair and a smile that won’t quit.
Quick with a quip, he speaks with a slight impediment, but not because William “Bill” Mohr is 106.
Everyone who reaches the age of this Army veteran of World War II gets a lot of attention — and rightly so. Mohr is no exception. He’s had quite a life, with no end in sight in the immediate future.
“I enlisted in the Army before the war, because I wanted to be in the Army. My country needed me,” Mohr said Dec. 17, at a luncheon given by Harbor Place, where Mohr and his wife, Josephine, 97, spend half their time each year. Harbor Place provides luncheon and a movie or video each month for the veterans.
(Yes, you read that correctly: The Mohrs are still snowbirds, dividing their year between Port St. Lucie and Hatboro, Penn.)
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