90-year-old WWII vet returns to home after eviction

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Johnnie Hodges Sr., 90, a WWII Vet lost his house in foreclosed. In 1990’s, he took out second loan to fix the house; and the loan was behind years ago. He started behind the payment his house after his wife Alzheimer’s in 2008 and bills started building up.

 · Johnnie Hodges Sr., 90, photographed with Greg Elwood last month on his front porch in Buffalo, New York after moving back into his home following eviction. 0 shares email

 · A World War II veteran’s remains are back home, and a family has closure. Gene Sappington, from Dawson, OK, enlisted in the military when he was 18 years old. When he was 19, he was sent to Belgium and fought in the Battle of the Bulge.

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After falling more than $100,000 behind on payments and property liens, a 90-year-old World War II veteran was evicted from his home, but when he refused to leave and officers escorting him out.

Hodges, a 90-year-old Navy veteran of World War II, to keep. the stretcher. After he left, a large crew from Extraordinary Properties, a Canandaigua-based company, carried cardboard boxes inside to.

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UK's Oldest WWII Veteran Faces Eviction To Care Home 90-Year-Old WWII Veteran Able To Get His Home Back After Being Evicted.. for the greatest generation and just felt really compelled to help out a veteran who had just been evicted from his home." The 90-year-old was able to get his home back. The day he moved back, he was greeted by.

s Buffalo home of nearly 60 years of memories and belongings. And when police arrived on Thursday to evict the 90-year-old World War II. After that and other minor complications, the prospective.

A 90-year-old Second World War veteran has been evicted from his home of 60 years on a stretcher.

WWII Vet, 90, Fights to Go Home After Eviction on Stretcher; Needs k johnnie hodges, 90, told police to cuff him if they wanted to evict him, but after a two-hour standoff, they settled on carrying.