World War II Vet Tears Up Reading A Long-Lost Love Letter He Wrote 70 Years Ago
May 2, 2015
A World War II veteran was in tears after receiving a long-lost love letter he wrote to his future-wife over 70 years ago.
A woman recently discovered the letter, dated 1945, tucked inside an old record she bought at a thrift store in Denver. The writer could have been anywhere in the world, but it turns out, he wasn't far away at all.
He cried as he read the words he wrote so long ago to the woman, Bernadean Gibson, who became his wife of 63 years...
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