A Summerville Veteran of World War II will be honored at a special ceremony Friday at the French Consul’s Office in Atlanta.  Charles Wilson of Summerville will receive the National Order of the Legion of Honor, which is the highest honor in France for his service during World War II as American troops fought to liberate France from the Nazis. Consul General of France, Philippe Ardanaz will bestow the Legion of Honor upon seven American World War II veterans from across the South at the ceremony.  The National Order of the Legion of Honor was founded by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1802 and recognizes eminent services to the nation of France.  The Recipients of the honor are chosen by the President of the Republic of France. Mr. Wilson of Chattooga County will join James Robertson of Mississippi, Robert Philipps of Byron, Georgia, George McCarthy of Mississippi, Lee Brown of Alpharetta, Georgia, Dave Bullington of Tennessee and Ronald Macklin of North Carolina in receiving the honor.   The Consul General of France said that recipients are receiving the recognition for “their courage….among many of their heroic deeds, they participated in the Normandy landings, which were decisive to the liberation of France.”