My sincere condolences to you. I served under LTC Whitman (then MAJ Whitman) in the U.N. Command Support Group - Joint Security Area in 1983. I'll always remember the sound advice he gave me when I was a new company commander. Although he appeared stern on the outside, he had a compassionate heart and was always concerned for the welfare of others. God Bless.
I'm so very sorry to hear about your loss of John. I'm so happy that I got to meet him and have you both as a guest at our home. The next time you come to Rochester please come and visit us. Your whole family have been good friends for many years. I know how much John meant to you. Love Bill and Jackie
I haven't seen you since Spanish class with Mr. DeVitto, and have missed all the intervening years, but your husband looks like such a fine man. I'm incredibly sorry for your loss.
Barbara, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I did not know your husband, except to talk with briefly at our high school reunion, but reading his obituary certainly tells me what a wonderfully giving and accomplished person he was. You are in my thoughts.
We are grateful to Pat for sharing this link. It is good to be reminded of John's many accomplishments, but we know that there were lots more than were mentioned. We hope that you will find strength through Faith in the months and years ahead. We remember his kindness and hospitality to all three of us and some enjoyable time together in the UK and US.
Susan and Inigo