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A lifetime of memories

A man who is blessed to live over 90 years probably has some stories to tell. That’s certainly true for John Herron Biddle, who turned 90 on Sunday, Dec. 16.
Biddle had started compiling his memoirs but never finished them. His niece, Judith Roney, and friend, Mary Robbins decided to have the memoirs published. The two presented Biddle with a copy of his book, “Prisoner of War: Death March from Stalag IV” at a party held in his honor on his birthday.
Biddle wrote in his prologue, “...the excited voice of the pilot came over the intercom of B-26 ...

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