This Valentine's Day, expressing love for a beloved wife lost

Clyde Krager, a resident at Terrace Retirement Community, was married to his wife, Anna Bell, for 61 years. Since her death in 2009, Clyde has held onto her memory. In this Valentine’s Day video, he shares what the holiday meant to the two of them.

Clyde Krager, a resident of Terrace Retirement Community, was married to his wife, Anna Bell,for 61 years. Since her death in 2009, Clyde has held onto her memory, particularly at Valentine's Day.


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