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World War II veteran Harold Young, 92, shows a photo of himself from his military days stored on his cellphone (see inset at top right). Young will be grand marshal of the city of Westlake's Fourth of July Parade.

Donna Price / American Press World War II veteran Harold Young, 92, shows a photo of himself from his military days stored on his cellphone (see inset at top right). Young will be grand marshal of the city of Westlake's Fourth of July Parade.

Westlake Veteran Harold Young

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Harold Young served his country in World War II as a pharmacist’s mate first class and will have the opportunity to serve his city as grand marshal in Westlake’s annual Independence Day parade. Young, 92, served as a Navy hospital corpsman in the Marines. He joined the Navy at 17 and was ...

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World War II veteran Harold Young, 92, shows a phot ...

Westlake Veteran Harold Young

Harold Young served his country in World War II as a pharmacist’s mate first class and will have the opportunity to serve his city as grand mars ...

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