Transcript for 91-Year-Old Mets Usher Luke Gasparre is a Local Celebrity
Finally tonight, a world war ii veteran that just won't stop. He fought for this country, and now he's helping the mets fight for the pennant, one fan at a time. He's there to help, but if you have a moment to talk, he has a story to tell. How are you? Hi, sergeant. Reporter: I noticed him by chance. An usher at a mets game. A little older than most. Then I saw a photo of a young man in an army uniform. Same guy? He said yes. I post it every day. Reporter: Why? I like to show it off. Reporter: 91-year-old Luke Gaspari has been an usher for almost as long as there's been a mets team. He started opening day, 1964. Since then, he's worked roughly 3,000 games. It's a great job. It's outdoor. I enjoy the people. Reporter: Every game, he puts on his medals. The purple heart for a bullet wound to his hand. And the bronze star. People say, is that you. Yes, that's me. That starts the conversation. Reporter: In his 52 years as an usher, he's seen it all. ? Shake it up baby ? Reporter: The beatles in 1965. The two mets world series championships. And two years ago, he was honored on the field by the team. Luke Gaspari. Reporter: Right now, the mets are in first place, with a good shot at the playoffs. And if they make it to the world series -- God willing, I'll be here. And you come up and see me. Reporter: I think I will. Ron Claiborne, ABC news, new York. We thank Luke for his service. And will be looking for him. "Gma" first thing in the
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