Two Edgecombe county Hall of Fame Inductees were honored recently as The Edgecombe County Veterans’ Military Museum officially returned back home.

After about a year-long closure and relocation due to a bat infestation of its building at 106 W. Church St., the all-volunteer facility is back home and officially open. More than 125 people turned out for the ribbon cutting, which featured veterans Lee Hall (2012 TCHOF Inductee), Norfleet Sugg (2011 TCHOF Inductee), Gloria Vaudo and Calvin Anderson.

Sugg, who handled the scissors, said the museum, “Is a tribute on behalf of all the military veterans of all the wars who wore the uniform of the United States, but respectfully those veterans who didn’t get to come back home.” Sugg, inducted in the Twin County Hall of Fame in 2011, is a Navy veteran who served 22 months in the Pacific Theater during World War II… READ MORE

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