What does a World War II veteran really think about being thanked for his service? In an excerpt from The Girl Who Wore Freedom, veteran Ceo Bauer talks to Flo Plana about what truly shows veterans that someone cares about their service.
A WWII Veteran’s Thoughts On Saying, “Thank You For Your Service”
Sep 3, 2019 | 5 comments
Can I say how utterly humbling I feel when ever i am in the presence of a veteran such as yourself. I watched the video of your visit the spot where your good friend Rolland Hill was killed, I am not ashamed to say it reduced me to tears!.
I never tire of listening to veterans stories of what they went though. I have the privilege to look after a 95 year old Royal Marine Commando. So when I say “Thank You for your service” it comes from the heart.
Andy thank you for your comment. We will share your comment with Ceo Bauer the next time we call him.
The Girl Who Wore Freedom Team
So moved by Ceo, I have always cherished hearing about our veterans lives. Please give him my love & prayers…..from a USAirforce daughter & Mom. My daughter is an active duty C17 Captain. Thank you for getting this message out….if there are any veterans in my area (Charlotte NC) i would be happy to go get their stories. God bless you all
Terry, thank you for your comment. We will pass your thoughts on to Ceo. A special thanks to your daughter, who is currently serving, and to you and your family that supports an active duty service member.
Truly the greatest generation. Thank you CEO for your service and all veterans. We wouldn’t have our freedoms if not for you. Again thank you and God bless.