This year was especially challenging for George Freeman (78) as he suffered a stroke that cost him the ability to speak and move. However, things have now changed for the Marine since he receives therapy for the heart and soul.
Today, Beth Sholom Village, a place in Virginia Beach, welcomed the Marine who is now going through a vital recovery process. The Marine’s wife Janet remembers the heartbreaking moment when her husband informed her that he was not able to walk anymore. Now, in a serene place in Virginia, the Marine is going through a challenging recovery. However, he has full support from his family members.
The story of George Freeman proves the importance of love, family, and friends in our lives. Even though Freeman faced such horrible difficulties, he has his wife, son, and his dearest friend by his side.
Love, Friends, Family, and Hobbies — Things That Bring Beauty to Life
As part of his recovery, George is enjoying a fishing day. A generous boat club in Portsmouth granted the Marine this pleasant outing. Freeman’s friends from childhood traveled more than ten hours to visit him and share with him something he loves so much — fishing. Janet, Freeman’s wife, points out that fishing is one of the three things he loves the most. She adds that the other two loves in his life are family and country. The Marine was more than glad to be on the water again, and his son is more than grateful for the love and support of his father’s friends.
Freeman’s son points out that fishing is something that has been a significant part of the friendship between his father and his closest friends for about twenty years now. Each year, Freeman would go with his close friends on fishing trips that he enjoyed so much. Now, once again, the Marine is reunited with his friends and is able to enjoy his favorite pastime.
The Marine wants South Carolina to be the next destination for him and his dear friends. They made plans for the fall, and we hope that Freeman and his companions are going to have a memorable time. After all, we’ve learned from Janet that her husband always works hard for the things that matter to him.