Eagle Scout Saves Endicott Johnson World War II Plaques
World War II commemorative plaques commissioned by the Endicott Johnson Company to honor their employees who were involved in the war have been found after being hidden for yearsThe plaques are on display in the first floor training room at Johnson City village hall. They had originally been hung in the EJ medical building on Broad Street.
They were found years later, many in need of restoration.
Spencer Zlock of Johnson City, who is a member of By Scout Troop 110, took on the restoration as part of his Eagle Scout project.
Zlock not only fixed up the plaques but also uncovered some unexpected historic facts during his research.