I met my husband Alan while we were in AIT to become Combat Medics. He had a wonderful sense of humor, an infectious smile, and a personal drive to excellence that you could spot a mile away.
I later went back to my homestate of Idaho, while he went to Germany on Active Duty. I realized that I was pregnant … Continue
Posted by Sheree Evans Proud Military Widow of Edward Tommy Evans
Hello! to all my Sisters. I am a Vietnam Veteran, War Widow. My husband, Edward T.-Tommy-Evans-(ET) died from Glioblastoma-Brain Cancer, 3/31/2003. He was only 52. The Love of my Life! I made a promise to him when he laid dying at hospice in Jacksonville,Florida that I would continue the fight, to make it right! After 8 years, going through a … Read MoreRead More >>
Posted by Katherine Turner Proud Military Widow of SGM Wardell Turner
Well, like many of you, ours is a love story. I met Wardell 30 days before my 15th birthday. We were high school sweethearts, we were best friends, we were at times adversaries (chuckle) but what is so beautiful about our story is that we were a force to be reckoned with together. You couldn’t harm one and not feel … Read MoreRead More >>
Posted by Mrs. Lauren Corwin Proud Military Widow of SGT Allen Corwin
I first wrote about my Allen on this site, what, 2-3 years ago. Its under suicide, entitled Al, my best friend. His birthday was 2/17/68. He would’ve been 48. It is also my older brother’s birthday. Bittersweet.
It has taken me so long to read those responses since I wrote my story. I thought it would hurt too much. I … Read More
Posted by awpadmin
Today is 12 years he’s been gone. 12 years of fighting to push forward. Fighting to stay afloat… I wont let this beat me. Someone asked me if its still fresh, just like yesterday. In some ways it is.. It keeps playing over in my head.
Our story was over before it began. We were planning a wedding… he was … Read More
Posted by Alison L Miller Proud Military Widow of MSgt Chuck Dearing
My husband Chuck and I spent the last 4 years of our marriage traveling the country, after selling our home in NJ and getting rid of most of our belongings. He’d retired from the Air Force, I left my job running a non-profit, and we decided we wanted to get out of the rat race. Our kids were grown and … Read MoreRead More >>
Posted by Proud Military Widowed Fiance Ana Perez
I met Robby Frantz when I was a hostess at IHOP. I started receiving little notes giving me clues as to whom my secret admirer was at my hostess stand and flowers made out of napkins. Robby was always friendly and willing to help me and walked me home for a full two weeks before I learned it was him … Read MoreRead More >>