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Harry Kizirian

~ Inducted 1978

Mr. Kizirian was the postmaster who oversaw construction of the first automated post office in the nation, which opened in Providence in 1960.  Kazirian also won the Navy Cross, the Bronze Star with Combat V, two Purple Hearts, and the Rhode Island Cross as a Marine Corps Corporal in World War II.


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