Richard Overton is the oldest living veteran in the United States. He turned 112 in May. He still likes smoking cigars, drinking whisky and driving to church each Sunday in his truck. But recently someone acquired his Social Security number and his bank account number.  The unknown person made withdrawals from his account.  He's a survivor of Pearl Harbor, Okinawa and Iwo Jima, but could he survive identity theft?

He didn't have to. Bank of American volunteered to restore all his stolen funds. He said he cried when he learned of the bank's generosity. "I couldn't believe it. They made it happen. The executive of the company said he'd take care of this, and he took care of it."