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In December 2001 in a ceremony in Boston Harbor four Andover World War II Veterans were decorated with a "special diploma" by the French government for their valor in Normandy on D Day. The award was given by the French Consul General and the commanding officer of the "Jeanne D'Arc", a French ship that fought along side the American ships. Recipients:
 
*Louis Heliotis, High Street
 
*Domenic Mariano, North Main Street
 
*Mario Medaglio, Newman Hill Road
 
*Oscar Rosenberg, Railroad Avenue
 
  
Ted Cole was honored in May 2004 by the Town of Andover.  Ted was serving as a gunner on the USS Columbia when it was hit by a Japanese Kamakaze bomber. When Ted received medical attention he was holding a piece of the Kamakaze pilot's jacket in his hand, which had a piece of a Japanese flag in the pocket.
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The Andover-By-Pass (Route 125) was constructed to reduce traffic on the Phillips campus. Academy trustees under the leadership of Alum Thomas Cochran bought the land and the state constructed the road, which opened in 1931.
  
For more articles on Andover Veterans
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Cochran 
* "First Andover Diploma for Life Experience Goes to WWII Army Veteran, ''Andover Townsman'', June 6, 1999.
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Cochran Wild Life Sanctuary
*"A Nurse's War Diary: A Hard Head, a Soft Heart", ''Andover Townsman'', November 12, 1999. (Grace Hatch)
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* "Andover Hero Touched by Concert", ''Eagle Tribune'', October, 22, 2001, page page 1. (Thomas Haugh)
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* "History of the Andover By-Pass (Route 125)"''Townsman'', September 17, 2015, page 11
* "Veteran Recalls Flying Days with Ted Williams", ''Boston Sunday Globe'' sports section, July 28, 2002, page 9.(John Harris)
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* "Lowell St. Bridge to be Named After Joe Horan", ''Andover Townsman'' August 1, 2002, page 9. (Joe Horan)
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* "One Pilot Jets Home", ''Andover Townsman'', page 1. (Chris McAnally)
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* "Andover's Unknown Soldier's", ''Andover Townsman'', August 11, 2005, page 9
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* "Vietnam, Revisited", (Sue O'Neill)
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* "Housebound No Longer", Andover Townsman, August 24, 2006, page 1. (Elsie LaFrance)
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* "Four Spent World War II as Prisoners of War", Andover Townsman, November 9, 2006, page 1. (Milton Issenberg) 
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*"French Government to Bestow Posthumous Honor on Local Veteran", ''Andover Townsman'', May 17, 2007. (Milton Issenberg)
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"Andover Veterans Honored with Book of War Stories", ''Eagle Tribune'', November 10, 2009. (Domenic Mariano)
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The Andover-By-Pass (Route 125) was constructed to reduce traffic on the Phillips campus. Academy trustees under the leadership of Alum Thomas Cochran bought the land and the state constructed the road, which opened in 1931.

Cochran Cochran Wild Life Sanctuary See

  • "History of the Andover By-Pass (Route 125)"Townsman, September 17, 2015, page 11


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