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Updated: 04/19/2017 08:30:03AM

Say hello to a veteran

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World War II veteran Charles Wiggins created and erected these signs over a year and a half ago. Since then, he has had many visitors, and even more people honk while driving by.

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Charlie Wiggins lives with his only daughter, Sandy Ferguson, in her home in Sebring.

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Charles Wiggins, left, when he first entered the Navy in 1944. Wiggins, right, when he retired in Sebring.

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The USS Wisconsin, the battleship Charles Wiggins served on for 2 1/2 years during his time in the Navy during World War II.

By JAYDEE GRICE

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SEBRING — Motorists are used to seeing all kinds of signs while going down a road.

But these two signs, placed in a Sebring yard, are certainly unusual.

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