Now she’s officially Dr. Precious Goodson
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    Yesterday, Precious Goodson, of I Married the War, graduated from Northcentral University with a doctorate in Education of Instructional Design. At one time, Dr. Goodson was a teacher, a calling … Read More

Director of Photography Bill Krumm Wins Another Emmy
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  We are so very proud of our Director of Photography, Bill Krumm, for garnering yet another Emmy Award for his fine work. In his typically humble fashion of deflecting … Read More

Honoring All Those Scarred by War
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    We invited award-winning author Cynthia Orange to write a guest blog for I Married the War. She graciously agreed, and hereby ponders Memorial Day and its far-reaching meaning. Cynthia’s work stems … Read More

Paradise Fire Claims Terri Topmiller’s Home
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  We are sad to report that Terri Topmiller’s home was lost to the devastating fire in Paradise, CA, where she had moved from Idaho not long ago. Terri was … Read More

A beautiful day for a parade
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  We were so happy to see Sally Doell Jackson at the Boise Veterans Day Parade this past Saturday. Here she is with Co-Producer/Director Ken Rodgers. Sally gave us one … Read More

Introducing Precious R. Goodson
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We are honored to introduce Precious R. Goodson from Newnan, Georgia. She just gave an amazing interview for I Married the War, sharing her life as the wife and full-time … Read More

Meet Francine Jones, Our Most Recent Interview
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We are delighted to introduce Francine Jones, whom we interviewed recently in Wisconsin. She and her husband, Bruce, a Vietnam veteran, have been married more than 50 years. Francine will … Read More

An Important Day: September 11
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This update is by Annie Woodard, who, with her husband, Brandon, are the faces of I MARRIED THE WAR on all of our artwork. This family has “walked the walk.” … Read More

Terri Topmiller’s Dad Receives Honor
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What a beautiful way to honor a WWII veteran, 70 (yes, seventy!) years after his service. This quilt was recently presented to the father of Terri Topmiller, one of the … Read More

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