By CBS3 Staff

PENNSAUKEN, NEW JERSEY (CBS) — A landmark birthday in Camden County! Eyewitness News was at the house of Stephen Mucha, who turned 100-years-old on Sunday.

Mucha, a World War II veteran, was surrounded by friends, family, first responders, and even some elected officials for his big day.

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Mucha has seen and done a lot in the last 100 years, including raising four children and writing two books. And he’s quite the jokester.

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“It is just amazing seeing all of you wonderful people who came out to see an old guy,” Mucha said. “Once upon a time, I could run, but I cant run anymore. I have to, well, walk.”

Steve and his wife, Carol, also have a love of music and performing for residents in local nursing homes.

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By his count, he’s put on more than 1,700 shows.