WWII Vet Discovers Lost Love Letter From 70 Years Ago, All His Emotions Come Rushing Back

Vet Bill Moore tearing up while reading his long lost love letter from 1945

Nothing could have prepared WWII veteran Bill Moore for the day he received a love letter he wrote to his sweet wife nearly 70 years ago. The letter he held in his hands was penned back in

The letter he held in his hands was penned back in 1945 while he was serving in Europe during WWII and Bernadean was back in the states. They were not married at the time he wrote these heartfelt words, and not sure they would ever see each other again.

The letter begins,

“My darling, lovable, alluring, Bernadean, I ran out of space, but I could have written a lot more adjectives describing you. You are so lovely, darling, that I often wonder how it is possible that you are mine. I’m really the luckiest guy in the world, you know. And you are the reason, Bernadean. Even your name sounds lovely to me.”

Watch as Bill reads this sweet letter and remembers his wife of 63 years, who passed away just 5 years ago.

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