Ortonville, MN Korean War Veteran Honored Posthumously

Big Stone City, South Dakota

“Here is the photo of my siblings and I with the Ambassador for Peace Medal received posthumously for John Larson.. Thank you, Lori!”

To date Vet to Vet Tennessee has supported over 160 Korean War Veterans and their families from 36 states and 5 countries. It is a privilege and honor to support our Korean War Heroes. Please help us find more heroes.

CT Korean War Veteran Son Grateful to VTVT

Beacon Falls Connecticut “I received the Vet to Vet Tennessee letter and Certificate of Honor today.


For my Father John Nuzzo who is deceased these past four years. I know he would be proud but more so he would be grateful and thankful for the work that you all are doing by honoring Veterans abound. Please excuse any other requests as I’m sure I made a few to you all .( fighting with my computer and phone ). A great heartfelt thanks to all of you for your gallant efforts and success in remembrance of my Father Corporal John Nuzzo he salutes you all as I do also.

Thank you, Joseph Nuzzo”

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