WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Stanley Krzywonos traveled to Bedford, Virginia with WFMY News 2 on Friday.
After the trip he received a card from a volunteer. The card was from a little girl named Hannah.
The two don't know each other, but Krzywonos says he'll cherish it for ever.
"I want to tell her what a good job she'd done," Krzywonos said. "I don't know her, and she doesn't know me, and I appreciate it."
He even wants to be buried with the card.
"When I go, I want them to put it in with me," Krzwonos said. "I want to hold on to this. I'm proud. I feel proud. And I want to thank her very much."
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Krzywonos arrived on the Beaches of Normandy on June 8, 1944, D-Day Plus Two"--his 21st birthday.
Watch his full story here: "D-day+2" Veteran Recalls Devastating Invasion Aftermath