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Harriott, Charles

Harriott, Charles

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Charles Harriott was born on July 12th, 1928 and resided at 85 Overlook Place. Harriott didn't just valiantly fight for his country in the Korean War, he also dutifully served the local community until the time came where his country called upon him to enlist in the military. After graduating from Rye High School, Harriott decided to work in the circulation department of the Port Chester daily item. However, his day's work didn't just entail participation at his desk job, he also helped out at several different community events; for example, he escorted local kids in the community to major landmarks for sightseeing and volunteered to help in local fundraisers. Hariott's legacy is that he always prioritized the needs of others above his own, and he will never be forgotten.

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Date of Birth: 12-Jul-28
Died On: 17-Feb-90
Street Address: 85 Overlook Place
Service Number: 87227708
Branch of Service: Branch of Service Unknown

Veteran Code: KOR-80

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