Joshua Morrison/News Members of the Knox County Veteran’s Service Office presented Charlie’s Body Shop and Chuck Eis with a plaque Wednesday for his restoration efforts of the VSO’s trailer. Eis donated the time, workmanship and materials, including paint and sealant, to update the interior and exterior of the trailer. The trailer is used to haul equipment, displays and gifts to the Veteran’s Home in Sandusky. Pictured from left are George Curry, Chuck Eis, Wilson Warner, Ken Lane, Colin Pack, Jerry Robinson and Kevin Henthorn.

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Members of the Knox County Veteran’s Service Office presented Charlie’s Body Shop and Chuck Eis with a plaque Wednesday for his restoration efforts of the VSO’s trailer. Eis donated the time, workmanship and materials, including paint and sealant, to update the interior and exterior of the trailer. The trailer is used to haul equipment, displays and gifts to the Veteran’s Home in Sandusky. Pictured from left are George Curry, Chuck Eis, Wilson Warner, Ken Lane, Colin Pack, Jerry Robinson and Kevin Henthorn.
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