Andy Nowicki, a 90-year-old World War II veteran, is in the process of being evicted from his home in Newington, Connecticut for smoking. According to CBS Connecticut, the veteran has been smoking for 70 years.

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90-year-old WWII vet reunites with war plane Johnnie H. Hodges Sr. was taken by ambulance from his Humboldt Parkway home after a standoff. For a 90-year-old WWII veteran, eviction from his lifelong Buffalo home – The Buffalo News

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The story of Johnnie H. Hodges, a 90-year-old Navy veteran of World War II, and the home that he lived in for some 60 years is chock-full of sadness and missed chances. Hodges lived in his Buffalo.

There is much written about veterans still alive, which I think is important. But I think perhaps more could be written about the heroes who never made it home. after reading a story I had written.

Michael Michaud during a ceremony at the U.S. Army tank off Front Street after the parade. and people hurried into their cars to get warm, 90-year-old World War II veteran Ervin Tyler started.

Evicted WWII Vet Johnnie Hodges, Age 90, receives generous donations Posted by Vets National Advocates on August 05, 2015 in Donations and Support 90-year-old Johnnie Hodges made a vow to never leave his Buffalo, NY home, the home he has lived in for more than 50 years.

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After Flora passed away, Johnnie was still in debt and thus, evicted. Johnnie Hodges served in World War II. He’s a Navy veteran, but above all else the 90-year-old is a devoted husband.

While 90-year-old World War II veteran Johnnie Hodges cared for his wife, Fiora, who had Alzheimer’s, he fell behind on mortgage payments for his home of 60 years and was physically evicted.

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