Lloyd Pitman (81) was born in Lisle, NY. Before enlisting in the military, he was a handyman helping farmers, plumbers, and mowing lawns. His military service lasted from July 1948 to April 1952. During his service period, he went to Inchon, where he was stationed from September 1950 to May 1951. He served in the Army Company D, 17th Infantry Regiment, 7th Division as Sergeant before his discharge. He was a rifleman and participated in the First Counteroffensive, CCF Intervention, UN Offensive, and Spring Offensive. He received the following honors for his commitments: Korean Presidential Unit Citation, Combat Presidential Unit Citation, Navy Commendation Ribbon, Good Conduct Ribbon, and Belgium War Medal. After returning to the United States, he went to Fort Dix, NJ (June 1951 to April 1952) to train troops for Korea. After being discharged from military service, he went to work for Sixth Corona in Cortland, NY.