World War II vet earns high school diploma at 92

“To have your grandson walk up there and get one, too — that was pretty nice,” Ray Wolff said. The Minnesotan received his diploma almost 80 years after he quit school to work his family farm.
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“To have your grandson walk up there and get one, too — that was pretty nice,” Ray Wolff said. The Minnesotan received his diploma almost 80 years after he quit school to work his family farm.

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