Bill Anglin, my father-in-law, served in the Army during
World War II. Part of his service time was spent in Japan
as a medic. Bill never talked about his war experience but
we know that he witnessed much pain and suffering during his
time of service. He was like many others that returned to their homes
and communities and went about living life to the fullest with
their families. Although returning home was a victory , there was
a great awareness of and appreciation for those that gave all for
the protection of freedom.
We continue to enjoy the freedom to farm and
live as we choose because of the brave men and women
who have served and are serving to protect our freedoms.
Many thanks to every Veteran!