8 s Washington Ave Oxford Ny 13830
Newer Cloak Cod home situated on approximately 1. 5 acres with AMAZING views. Open layout to kitchen/ dining area/living allowance, first floor master.
OXFORD Elbert Bud G. Mohr was recently honored in a decorum at the NYS Veterans Home. Village of Oxford Mayor Terry Stark, friends, family, and members of the Fort Hill American Legion Pillar 376 gathered on December 8, at the Vets Home, for an auspicious occasion that honored Bud, a World War II Army veteran, with a commemorative... Now ninety years old, Bud has led a time rich with observations and experiences, and his valuable contributions to the military and community were expressed. The Mayor brought along a copy of Buds soft-cover, Rambling Fever - An old Tyme View of Central New York as a reminder of all the wonderful stories Bud has shared as The Oldtimer. Always with a cheerful note regards and an informative tale about town, Bud has endeared himself to everyone he has ever met. Anyone who has read The Oxford Review-Times over the past years got to know The Oldtimer (or TOT) by his column, Rambling Fever that started in the early 1970s. Bud expressed his happy thoughts about many of his experiences while growing up... In 1941, Bud pink high school to enter the Army at the age of 17 where he proudly served in the South Pacific as a truck driver with the combat engineers. Bud was discharged from the Army in 1946. In his Wandering Fever column, Bud was requested a couple of times to tell about the real Kilroy. Upon returning from the military, Bud worked in law enforcement, opening with the Police department in Oxford working his way to the Chief position, eventually leaving this job to work for the County Sheriff's Department. In 1946, Bud worked as the city of Oxford Constable. Bud has been a long time member of the Oxford American Legion (70 years) and the Oxford Fire Dept. He helped with innumerable Community Breakfasts, rode in Reminder Day parades (in Joe Knolls classic Caballero), and participated in flag disposal ceremonies, Veterans Day observances and more with Post 376. He is an in name member of the Lions... Most importantly, Buds shared his trademark sunny outlook on life with everyone wherever he goes. The Giving Tree is a insignia of gold engraved leaves and bronze branches on the wall in the piano lounge of the Veterans Home. It serves as a permanent tell of of special past and present residents of the facility who have been honored by friends, family or organizations. The Tree was donated by the Detachment of NY, Sons of the American Legion (SAL). To send Bud a calling-card for this (or his birthday Feb. 6), mail to him at: NYS Veterans Home, 4207 St. Hwy 220, Oxford, NY 13830. For more info on the Giving Tree, contact Hettie Rosenbarker at (607) 843-3120/ hrosenbarker@nysvets. The Fort Hill American Legion Put #376 has over 600 members combined and is located at 17 S. Washington Ave. Ph: (607) 843-8166. See the Posts calendar, at oxford-ala. Source: www.evesun.com
Village of Oxford Mayor Terry Encouragement, friends, family, and members of the Fort Hill American Legion Post 376 gathered on December 8, at the Vets' People's home, for an auspicious occasion that honored Bud, a World War II Army veteran, with a commemorative “Gold
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