One week ago, World War II veteran Pete Dupre began the trip of a lifetime with the Greatest Generations Foundation.
Dupre and 12 other veterans toured World War II cemeteries in France and celebrated the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
During that anniversary ceremony, Dupre, along with the 12 other veterans, were all addressed by President Trump.
Monday night, as Dupre arrived back in Rochester, he told News 8 his thoughts on being honored by the president.
“I thought it was pretty neat, to be honest with you,” he said.
Dupre also told us during the trip, he was able to see where his parents served during World War I.
His father was a soldier and his mother was a nurse in the Royal Canadian Airforce.
“That was special; that was truly special,” he said of seeing where they served. “Now I have been in the same places.”
Dupre is also famous for his harmonica playing.
He is known as ‘Harmonica Pete’ across the world.