110-Year-Old World War II Veteran Gets to Stay in His Home After $117K Raised

Richard Overton, believed to be the nation’s oldest living World War II veteran, would see it as a “death sentence” if he was forced to leave his beloved Austin, Texas, home, according to his relative, Volma Overton Jr. The prospect of Richard Overton, 110, being moved to an assisted living facility prompted Volma Overton Jr., the veteran’s third cousin, to start a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for around-the-clock in-home care. “His front porch is a special place,” Volma Overton, 68, told ABC News.

Source: 110-Year-Old World War II Veteran Gets to Stay in His Home After $117K Raised

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