4 Responses to Operation Red Wings – A Widow’s Perspective

  1. Marcus Thank you! and Sherri, great article. A change of perspective is so critical to success. Alot of people get stuck in a rut and some never ever walk a mile in someone else’s boots. Thanks for bringing us all back in. One has to look deeper than themselves, and always wonder “what if?”

    Debbie Rickard

  2. Bill Hart says:

    Thanks for sharing your perspective Char, and I am so sorry for your loss. One of my best friends is an LAFD Battalion Chief and Chaplain. He has told me on many occasions that when families are grieving, often the best prescription is “The Ministry of Presence” – just being there. My hope is that you had, and continue to have those people in your life that may not know what to say, but just their mere presence is helpful.

    To the memory of Jacques and all the warriors that gave their live in Operation Red Wings!

    Here’s to a Happy and Strong 2011.

    -Coach Bill

  3. Lea says:

    We are a civilian family with no military connections, we are great admirers because you’all are so worthy. Just when you thought no one was watching I was. Thank-you.

  4. Heidi says:

    Very touching and can relate,thank you for sharing and may God bless you and Jacques family.Happy holidays:)

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