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Murrayville man worked until age 92, survived war and amputations
Ed Wilson sits outside Friendship Health Care Center in Cleveland in his wheelchair. Wilson shared stories of time spent in the U.S. Army during World War II and of his 63-year career at Georgia Chair Co. He worked there until losing his legs in 2014 to blood clots. - photo by Jennifer Linn
As Ed Wilson approaches his 95th birthday, he has a long life of memories to look back on. The U.S. Army veteran served during World War II and still remembers his days in Europe. Then for 63 years, Wilson worked at Georgia Chair Co. until blood clots in both legs resulted in a double amputation at age 92.