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Twenty years ago — 1993

August 18, 2013
The OBSERVER

Former Fredonia resident Robert Suggett recently received a medal 51 years after the incident for which he was honored. The medal, which honored his heroic efforts against the German attack on Russia during World War II, was engraved with the signature of Russian President Boris Yeltsin and was accompanied by an invitation to meet with the Russian leader in Moscow. Mr. Suggett will always be remembered as one of the most decorated World War II servicemen in New York state.

 
 

 

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