Milford veterans remember D-Day as 70th anniversary approaches

The veterans said that all of the WWII

The veterans said that all of the WWII veterans will soon be gone. (Credit: News 12)

Milford veterans took time to remember D-Day ahead of its 70th anniversary Friday.

Local disabled American veterans that met at the Fowler Memorial Building say that the anniversary of D-Day is something that all Americans should observe and reflect upon.

John Stoverchy, 91, was a 21-year-old Army corporal stationed in the United Kingdom when the Allies invaded Normandy. He says everybody...

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