Ormond Beach front Globe War II vet Ed Vrona marks 102nd birthday

Marion Kozub

Table of Contents ‘You’re thankful for what you have’‘As sharp as a tack’ ORMOND Beach front — At age 102, Ed Vrona doesn’t be reluctant when you talk to about the solution of his longevity. “You’re on the lookout at the luckiest man you’ve at any time found,” Vrona stated. “I […]

ORMOND Beach front — At age 102, Ed Vrona doesn’t be reluctant when you talk to about the solution of his longevity.

“You’re on the lookout at the luckiest man you’ve at any time found,” Vrona stated. “I was born with a positive mindset. I was born on the Fourth of July what else can you have? There is no other mind-set, is there?”

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Vrona’s massive day — the 102nd anniversary of his start on July 4, 1919 — will be celebrated on Sunday by his numerous close friends and neighbors at the Aberdeen At Ormond cell home community.

There, he will be guest of honor for an afternoon golfing cart parade by means of neighborhood streets to be followed by a party at the community’s clubhouse.

World War II vet Ed Vrona, who turns 102 years old on July 4th, talks about his life and times at the Aberdeen At Ormond mobile home community. Vrona's friends, neighbors and family will celebrate his birthday on Sunday with a golf cart parade and party.

“All the people are decorating golfing carts and vehicles and we’ll have Ed riding in the direct automobile,” mentioned Cindy Miller, Aberdeen pursuits director. “People will come out of their homes to cheer for him, making a significant deal for him, which he warrants.”

On the eve of get together, Vrona strolled — still his chosen manner of transportation — from his residence to the Aberdeen clubhouse to replicate on his daily life and situations.

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