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A Florida police department is inviting the public to view the homeless veteran’s funeral

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A Florida department of law enforcement is to ensure that homeless veterans who served during the Vietnam War, and has been described as a “unique soul”, will be buried on Friday, with the honor that he deserved.

In the afternoon, the funeral of John Meade, Jr. at the Jacksonville National Cemetery, which will be hosted by the Pcs. St. augustine Police Department, with the public invited to attend.

“You Know, John Meade, Jr. it was a unique soul, and connected with everyone he met,” the department said in a Facebook post on Tuesday. “Well, that is the reason why the Pc. St. augustine, of the Police Field force, exhausted all means to obtain information that would help them to learn a little bit more about Meade. Unfortunately, Meade lived off the grid.”

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John Meade, Jr., as a member of the armed forces during the Vietnam War, and was a unique soul, and connected with everyone he met, ” said the police.<br>

(Approx. St. Augustine Police Department)

The team has not been able to find Meade’s family, but have found out that he had served in the Army from 1966 to 1968 and was honorably discharged.

“It was kind of my job to make sure that he got what he deserved,” Officer Steven Fisher told Fox 30 In Jacksonville.

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It is unclear as to how the old Meade was, as he died just a few months ago. The cause of death was not revealed.

Fox 30 reported, and interview of, David Carni, a friend of Meade’s, said: “He was a part of the city.”

Facebook comments praising the police for their efforts on the Assembled handle.

“Every time I drove by him I would give him money,” O’connor Sr. the book. “He has never asked, and never made a mark.”

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He added, “and I saw a few people try and reach to him from time to time, but he was not satisfied with what he had. He made my day a whole lot of time. I can only hope that I did the same thing in return.

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