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Wallace Scott honored for service

Wallace Scott, U.S. Navy Veteran, was honored on Oct. 22 by Lake Sunapee Region Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice for his military service to our country. Scott enlisted in the Navy in 1944 at the age of 16 and served for three years as a radioman on a torpedo bomber. When asked about his military experience, Scott said he felt strongly supported by his country and that he “was repaid two-fold for his service.” Scott was married to his beloved wife, Frie, for 58 years, living all those years in Andover and enjoying friends and family that includes four children, Ed, Jeff, Chuck and Elaine. On Nov. 1, Wallace Scott passed away under the care of the Lake Sunapee Region Visiting Nurse Association Hospice Team. Pictured are Ed Scott, Wallace Scott and Frie Scott in their Andover home in October.

Wallace Scott, U.S. Navy Veteran, was honored on Oct. 22 by Lake Sunapee Region Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice for his military service to our country. Scott enlisted in the Navy in 1944 at the age of 16 and served for three years as a radioman on a torpedo bomber. When asked about his military experience, Scott said he felt strongly supported by his country and that he “was repaid two-fold for his service.” Scott was married to his beloved wife, Frie, for 58 years, living all those years in Andover and enjoying friends and family that includes four children, Ed, Jeff, Chuck and Elaine. On Nov. 1, Wallace Scott passed away under the care of the Lake Sunapee Region Visiting Nurse Association Hospice Team. Pictured are Ed Scott, Wallace Scott and Frie Scott in their Andover home in October.

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