A World War 2 veteran celebrates his 100th birthday at a party in East Boston pic.twitter.com/RbXXgBPrve— Carl Stevens (@carlwbz) February 8, 2018
BOSTON, MA (WBZ-AM) -- It was quite a celebration Thursday morning at the Don Oriole home in East Boston for a World War II Veteran.
Anthony Barrasso turned 100 years-old and was all smiles an saluted to his audience has they sang Happy Birthday.
He says he feels like he's 45-years-old but "I rather be celebrating my 50th than my 100th birthday" he tells WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens.
His key to his longevity: Smiling and keeping his young family close
"All my family is young looking so it's better to be young looking than old I guess," he said.
His daughter added: His kindness has been his secret to longevity.
WBZ NewsRadio1030's Carl Stevens reports.