Al Jameison welcomed all the attention Wednesday, but was — he said — a bit surprised.
“I said, ‘gee whiz.’ I didn’t think I’d reach an age like that,” he said.
That’s because the East Harlem native turned 100 Wednesday. The milestone prompted a party at a Long Island assisted living facility Jameison now calls home.
“He’s been through a lot, he’s seen a lot,” Timothy said.
Jameison’s only son describes his dad an old school tough New Yorker, a member of the Army’s Military Police in World War II who was still driving and living on his own until about four years ago
“I think his secret was
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