Love That Lasts A Lifetime
Alzheimer's in 1988 - Paul . Mary worked at the gift shop of a local hospital. She was 79, Paul was 80. Paul suffered from Alzheimer’s Disease Mary didn’t think he would receive quality treatment in a nursing home. She loved him too much decided that she would take care of him until his death. Paul was totally dependent on Mary. He couldn’t speak, couldn’t walk couldn’t take care of himself independently. She was his lifeline. A story of Papa Dee and Grandma Hazel repeated.
Silent Death-Alzheimer's Disease story-1988
TRUE LOVE: A couple married for 70 years died just 15 hours apart. Helen and Kenneth Felumlee held hands at breakfast every morning, and their eight children say the two were inseparable since they were teenagers. “He was ready,” their son said. “He just didn’t want to leave her there by herself.” Helen and Kenneth passed away peacefully surrounded by their family in their Ohio home earlier this week.