The Home of Rock 'N' Roll has partnered up with American Senior Magazine to give a nod of recognition to local seniors who've done their part in making the Greater Danbury such an incredible place to live.

This week, we give a huge shout out to 98-year-old John Giordano, who served his country with honor during World War II back in the early 1940s when Franklin D. Roosevelt was our President. Mr. Giordano was nominated by his loving daughter, Nancy, who had this to say about her dad:

I am so proud to call John Giordano my dad. Not only did  he proudly serve his country during World War II, but he's always been a phenomenal dad and husband. We lost our mom almost a year ago, so I asked my dad to come live with me. At the age of 98, he remains an amazing human being and I am so thrilled to still have him in our lives.

Thanks for keeping our country safe, John Giordano!

Each week, we'll continue to highlight a Greater Danbury senior who simply makes this wonderful area a better place to live. Is there a senior in your life who deserves some well-earned recognition?

It could be a grandfather, uncle, friend, or even your dad. It's easy, just fill out the form below. We'll be accepting submissions between 8/21/17 and 11/21/17.


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