World War 2 vet celebrates 104th birthday in Pa.
HATBORO, Pa. - October 21, 2012 (WPVI) -- Bill Mohr needed 104 candles at his birthday celebration today.
At that age, Mohr is believed to be the second oldest World War Two veteran in the U.S.
The Army veteran has accomplished a lot in all those years. He worked until he was 93 and also had a book published of his own poetry.
Mohr's family told Action News he is able to age gracefully in his own home in Hatboro, thanks to First Light Home Care Veterans Services.
He lives there with his wife of 69 years, Josephine.
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