Harold Waksdal holds the story of his life, which has a cover photo of Harold in his younger years while serving in the U.S. Air Force during the early 1950s. In late 2016, he and his daughter, Suzanne Loughlin, participated in the Central Valley Honor Flight.
Harold Waksdal holds the story of his life, which has a cover photo of Harold in his younger years while serving in the U.S. Air Force during the early 1950s. In late 2016, he and his daughter, Suzanne Loughlin, participated in the Central Valley Honor Flight. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
Harold Waksdal holds the story of his life, which has a cover photo of Harold in his younger years while serving in the U.S. Air Force during the early 1950s. In late 2016, he and his daughter, Suzanne Loughlin, participated in the Central Valley Honor Flight. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

Oakhurst resident Harold Waksdal traces family history back to 13th century

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