12 Nov

The Walking Veteran Honors James Elwood Cook

The Walking Veteran shows honor to James Elwood Cook in Washington DC.

The Walking Veteran shows honor to James Elwood Cook in Washington DC.

Alice Sue Davis, the support team coordinator for The Walking Veteran writes this about her dad...  "Dad (James Elwood Cook) was born Oct 2 1929 to Charlie Cook and Anne Condra Cook one of 6 kids. Died Sept 18, 1995. Dad was the 2nd oldest and oldest son. He was a carpenter building houses and fireplaces.After retiring he worked for the township plowing roads in the winter and doing  woodworking.He also had his own construction company for awhile with a partner. He made baby cradles, rocking chairs for family and friends.He didnt serve in the service, I guess on hardship He never knew a stranger, got along with everyone but one person. his area where he lived, they were all like family."

Alice Sue Davis, the support team coordinator for The Walking Veteran writes this about her dad…
“Dad (James Elwood Cook) was born Oct 2 1929 to Charlie Cook and Anne Condra Cook one of 6 kids. Died Sept 18, 1995. Dad was the 2nd oldest and oldest son. He was a
carpenter building houses and fireplaces.After retiring he worked for the township plowing roads in the winter and doing
woodworking.He also had his own construction company for awhile with a partner. He made baby cradles, rocking chairs for family and friends.He didnt serve in the service, I guess on hardship
He never knew a stranger, got along with everyone but one person. his area where he lived, they were all like family.”