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THIS POST FEATURES A GUEST WHO IS A SPECIAL FRIEND TO OUR FAMILY. In 1990, I arrived in Charleston as a newlywed who was new to not only marriage, but the life of a Navy Wife. Lisa Dolan was the wife of a senior officer on the ship who welcomed me into her life as a friend. She shared her wisdom and laughter through all those deployments while our husbands were gone away to battle. In 2001, More >
9/11 NEVER FORGET. We were blessed to have a special family be part of our lives when we were a young Navy couple in Charleston. The Dolans were so special to our memories of that time in the early 1990s. When 9/11 occurred our nation lost a brave and kind man, my husband lost a roommate from his early Navy days, and the Dolans lost a husband and father. I’ll always remember being amazed at how More >
One person comes to our mind when we think of September 11, 2001. Dave’s roommate and Department Head aboard the USS Richmond K. Turner, CG-20 in the early 1990s was Robert E. Dolan. He was special both professionally and in his personal life. It was our honor to know him. Please take a moment to think about his family and the loss of a special life on this five year anniversary of the terrorist More >
I don’t think I will ever forget that date. William was born on September 7th and by the early morning of September 11th he was in a John’s Hopkins hospital because of his severe jaundice. My body was still racked with pain and my exhausted spirit was pretty upset that we had to return to the hospital with our beautiful boy. Then it happened.
We awoke in our hospital chairs to find the world More >