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

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Before the eviction notice, Robert Johnson, a 94-year-old World War II veteran. who stays at home with him full time, and son Floyd, an ex-gang member who runs an anti-violence youth program after.

In July, 90-year-old World War II veteran Johnnie Hodges Sr. was forcibly removed from his Buffalo, N.Y., home, where he lived for more than 60 years, after falling behind on his mortgage payments.

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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.

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Marian Rytkonen, a 99-year-old Forsyth County World War II veteran currently faces eviction from her home at a local nursing home as she.

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Johnnie H. Hodges, a 90-year-old Navy veteran of World War II was evicted from his home after a two-hour standoff with the U.S. Marshals Service. The events that led up to his eviction are marked by missed opportunities and unfortunate outcomes.

The consequences of ignoring a "no smoking" sign could be devastating for an 89-year-old World War II vet and wife in Connecticut. They may get kicked out of. smoking eviction World War II Veteran Andy Nowicki. By. Opposing Views Staff.. evicted wwii veteran Allowed To Return Home.

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Andy Nowicki, a 90-year-old World War II veteran, is in the process of being evicted from his home in Newington, Connecticut for smoking. According to CBS Connecticut, the veteran has been smoking for 70 years.

For a 90-year-old WWII veteran, eviction from his lifelong Buffalo home. They literally tried everything to help the guy out. The mortgage company tried hooking him up with non-profits, another person even offered to let him live there almost rent free. The mortgage company even rented out four storage units for two months for the family. Other than just giving him the house, I don’t see any other option.