WASHINGTON, DC – Area Congressman Lloyd Smucker has introduced legislation to honor the life of Lancaster County World War II Veteran, and the last known survivor of the Malmedy Massacre, Harold Billow, who passed away at the age of 99 earlier this year. The legislation would designate the Mount Joy Post Office Building as the “Harold Billow Post Office Building” to honor the lifelong Mount Joy resident. Smucker’s legislation was introduced with the support of the entire PA Congressional Delegation. Billow would honor and remember the 87 fellow soldiers lost during the Malmedy Massacre by displaying 87 American flags in his front yard. Smucker said, “He was truly a patriot and an exceptional member of the Greatest Generation. I am hopeful Congress will advance this legislation to thank him for his service and honor his memory.”