Josh Morin

Conversation with Josh Morin
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In 1966, Josh Morin took his first step onto Vietnamese soil and was hit with the "stench or burning flesh," or what he calls now, "the stench of war." On his first night while mortar rounds were striking, a monkey came into his tent; when he was out driving his jeep one day, villagers stopped him and had him help deliver a baby in a rice paddy. In his conversation, Morin recounts his many experiences, including his roll as a jeep driver, his roll as a translator, and most significantly, his exposure to Agent Orange, which caused to the early passing of his 5-year-old daughter.  

Josh Morin in the sunroom he built for his late daughter, 2021
Josh Morin in the sunroom he built for his late daughter, 2021

Morin believes that his daughter was born paralyzed and passed away at age 5 due to his Agent Orange exposure during the Vietnam War.

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Morin's commemoration for his late daughter, MA 2021
Morin's commemoration for his late daughter, MA 2021

Morin believes that his daughter was born paralyzed and passed away at age 5 due to his Agent Orange exposure during the Vietnam War.

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Morin's window view, Chicopee, Massachusetts, 2021
Morin's window view, Chicopee, Massachusetts, 2021

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Josh Morin in the sunroom he built for his late daughter, 2021
Josh Morin in the sunroom he built for his late daughter, 2021

Morin believes that his daughter was born paralyzed and passed away at age 5 due to his Agent Orange exposure during the Vietnam War.

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