Hundreds Attend Lonely Veteran’s Funeral After Sad Obit Goes Viral

World War II vet Harold Jellicoe “Coe” Percival passed away peacefully in his sleep last month at the age of 99. According to his obituary, Harold had “no close family who can attend his funeral.” Enter: The Internet.

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