He worked in military intelligence and was responsible for relaying information on the position of German armor to the Allies from behind enemy lines.
He was eventually captured by the Germans and was held prisoner at Dachau concentration camp for nine months.
Along with the resolutions, Fiscus was presented a Missouri and U.S. flag that were flow over the capitol in Jefferson City.
After coming home from the war, Fiscus earned his doctorate in horticulture education and taught at the University of Illinois.
He's worked for Wal-Mart at 15th and Range Line in Joplin for nearly 20 years.
He says he plans to celebrate Memorial Day with Pauline, his wife of almost 65 years.