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Parade celebrates veteran's 100th birthday

Posted at 7:31 PM, Apr 24, 2020

PUEBLO — More than 100 vehicles lined up on Delphil Street Friday in Pueblo to celebrate a milestone for Adolph Cordova.

Cordova, who was an Army Private in World War II, turned 100 this week.

A social media post brought to together over 150 cars, motorcycles, trucks, and Jeeps to celebrate.

One by one they all stopped to say happy birthday to the veteran, and to thank him for his service.

Cordova said the secret to his long life is wine.