Randy Polk joined the Air Force in 1989 on a whim. Top Gun had just come out, and he thought it looked like a great adventure to become a pilot. Unfortunately, or fortunately, he was talked into joining the Medical service corps and had many years of service as a medical administrative officer. He was very proud of his service and looked great in a uniform. His biggest challenge was deciding who would go to the Gulf War from the squadron. We both learned adulting during his time in the military. Our children were born when he was in the Air Force, and we made some lifelong friends. He was indeed a patriot and soldier.
Thank you, Randy, and all the other veterans that have fought for our freedom. If you or someone you know, has lost a loved one, I’d like to encourage you to read my story about loving and losing Randy. It is my sincere hope that by sharing my story of dealing with grief, you can find some comfort in knowing you are not alone.
“Grief Survivor a Love Story” is available on Amazon. You can find the kindle and paperback editions by following this link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B08KNW8WRT