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Former Tuscaloosa Mayor Al DuPont volunteers once a week at DCH Regional Medical Center as a greeter for people who have come to visit patients. DuPont, 85, was mayor for 24 years.

Former Tuscaloosa mayor Al Dupont, fourth from left, Brittany Davidson, Audrey Stepter, Maurice Agnew and Latanya Hill, right foreground, prepare Christmas dinner at the Salvation Army in Tuscaloosa on Saturday, December 25, 2010.

Picture of former mayor Al DuPont and his wife Margaret DuPont

From left Gordon Coats, Ken Swindle and Al DuPont at the Men Who Cook Benefit on April 25, 2008, at Shelton State Community College.

Cecil Lancaster drives miniature horses with his wife, Jane, and former Tuscaloosa mayor Al DuPont during the 2007 Christmas Parade in downtown Tuscaloosa on December 3, 2007.

Mayor Al DuPont sits in his office in the Tuscaloosa City Hall on January 13, 2004.

Tuscaloosa Mayor Al Dupont was part of the D-Day invasion on June 6, 1944.

Tuscaloosa Mayor Al Dupont holds a picture of himself when he was nineteen and a soldier. Dupont was part of the D-Day invasion.

Al Dupont is seen here when was nineteen and a soldier. Dupont went ashore on Normandy Beach, June 6, 1944, during the D-Day Invasion.

Tuscaloosa Mayor Al Dupont, right, and Brooks Kosloff lead the Mardi Gras Parade that wound down University Boulevard on the pre-lenten Fat Tuesday in 2004.
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