Joplin WWII veteran dies at 95

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JOPLIN, Mo. – Keith Fiscus, a World War II veteran died at the age of 95 on Friday.

You may remember him from his time as a greeter at the 15th Street Walmart in Joplin.

He worked there for nearly 40 years.

Fiscus was in army intelligence and reported directly to General Patton.

He spent nine months as a German prisoner of war.



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