In the short time Gilbert Jones left his Marshall County home, a lot had changed — Kentucky Dam had been built, his home had electricity and World War II was over.

Jones was honored on Veterans Day by the Fort Massac Daughters of the American Revolution with the receipt of a Quilt of Valor for his service to his nation.

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