O’Charley’s honors veteran of three wars

Lexington Herald-LeaderApril 28, 2014 

O’Charley’s honors veteran of three wars O’Charley’s on Richmond Road recognized World War II, Korean War and Vietnam veteran Harry Walsh as a hometown hero on April 15 as part of its grand reopening celebration. Walsh was drafted into the Army in 1946 at the age of 18. He served in Japan, Korea and Vietnam before retiring to Lexington in 1969 with the final rank of Sergeant First Class E-7. Pictured above, O’Charley’s hometown hero Harry Walsh, right, with O’Charley’s Richmond Road general manager Chris Arnold.

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O’Charley’s on Richmond Road recognized World War II, Korean War and Vietnam veteran Harry Walsh as a hometown hero on April 15 as part of its grand reopening celebration. Walsh was drafted into the Army in 1946 at the age of 18. He served in Japan, Korea and Vietnam before retiring to Lexington in 1969 with the final rank of Sergeant First Class E-7. Pictured above, O’Charley’s hometown hero Harry Walsh, right, with O’Charley’s Richmond Road general manager Chris Arnold.

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