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Korean War veteran Bob Desmond, still going strong at 89, brings much-needed masks to local first responders

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Jan 9, 2021
Dean Shalhoup
Longtime Nashua resident and Korean War veteran Bob Desmond, left, chats with, from left, Deputy Police Chief Kevin Rourke, Nashua Fire Rescue Assistant Chief Steve Buxton, NFR Chief Brian Rhodes, and Police Chief Mike Carignan after Desmond presented the agencies with hundreds of N95 masks this week. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS )
Nashua Fire Rescue Chief Brian Rhodes hands Korean War veteran Bob Desmond an NFR challenge coin in recognition of Desmond's donation of hundreds of N91 masks to NFR and Nashua police. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS )
Nashua Fire Rescue Chief Brian Rhodes, right, and Police Chief Mike Carignan chat with Korean War veteran Bob Desmond last week after Desmond presented hundreds of N91 masks to the two agencies. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS )

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