George Katzman was a World War II veteran who lived in Aventura. Here, he is pictured just shy of 94 years old. Katzman was wearing his 70-year-old uniform (“It still fits!”), when he and his wife Ellen (at right), were having lunch at Olive Garden in Plantation with their daughter Susan in November 2013. On their way out, they discovered that someone had paid for their meals.
George Katzman was a World War II veteran who lived in Aventura. Here, he is pictured just shy of 94 years old. Katzman was wearing his 70-year-old uniform (“It still fits!”), when he and his wife Ellen (at right), were having lunch at Olive Garden in Plantation with their daughter Susan in November 2013. On their way out, they discovered that someone had paid for their meals. PATRICK FARRELL Miami Herald file
George Katzman was a World War II veteran who lived in Aventura. Here, he is pictured just shy of 94 years old. Katzman was wearing his 70-year-old uniform (“It still fits!”), when he and his wife Ellen (at right), were having lunch at Olive Garden in Plantation with their daughter Susan in November 2013. On their way out, they discovered that someone had paid for their meals. PATRICK FARRELL Miami Herald file

George Katzman, who helped liberate Dachau concentration camp, dies at 96

May 13, 2016 06:59 PM

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