Marine Maj. Bill White Valentine’s Day cards, community went viral


Marine Maj. Bill White Valentine’s Day cards, community went viral.

A Stockton WWII veteran is getting Valentine’s Day cards from across Northern California after request by his friends at his senior living community went viral.

U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Bill White, 104, said he is surprised by the outpouring of love.

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White was in Iwo Jima when soldiers raised the U.S. flag over Mt. Surabachi. Shortly after that decisive victory during WWII, White was wounded by a grenade that detonated near him. He was later awarded the Purple Heart.

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White is so well thought of at his senior living center that his friends asked on social media for the community to send him Valentine’s Day card.

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If you would like to send the 104-year-old WWII veteran a Valentine’s Day card, you can mail it to the address below:

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Bill White

The Oaks at Inglewood
6725 Inglewood Ave.
Stockton, CA 95207

While talking to KCRA on Monday, White sang the Marines’ Hymn all the way through.


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