Pvt. William Myack stormed Utah Beach on D-Day, fighting his way through France and into Germany with the Army's 4th Infantry Division. After suffering numerous casualties, the Army sent Myack's division into Germany's Hurtgen Forest, where he lost part of his foot. Myack returned to Scranton with his Purple Heart, but there were no jobs. He bought food from a corner store with store credit and, at the end of the month when his bill was due, he didn't have money, so he had to sell his Purple Heart for food, said his nephew. Seventy-five years later, 94-year-old Mary Usckizczy received a new Purple Heart on her late brother's behalf. Capt. Nicole Garza presented the medal to Usckizczy on Friday at Linwood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Read more about the newly issued medal on Military.com.