WWII Veteran reunited with lost love 70 years later
Veteran Magically Reunited With 70-Year-Old Love Letter He Wrote His Future Wife While Overseas
An elderly man's heart swelled when he learned a love letter he had written to his future wife 70 years ago was found inside a flap of an old record at a nearby thrift shop.
The woman who purchased this antique record performed the ultimate act of kindness, returning the note to Bill Moore, who currently resides in an assisted care home for veterans in Denver. Moore's eyes watered up, though he also giggled, as he read the words he sent to the love of his life while fighting abroad in World War II. "I was really surprised because I had no idea it would show up in the way it did," Moore said after overcoming the initial shock.
In the above video, he publicly shares the unconditional love he had for Bernadean Gibson, who passed away five years ago. The two were happily married for 63 years. Once reunited with the letter, Moore allowed his daughter to read it and even share it with his granddaughter.
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