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Lt. Col. Juanita Warman

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November 13, 2009
I would like to thank everyone who's shared their thoughts and memories of my mother Lt Col Juanita Warman. It's very comforting to know others also had the privilege of seeing what a great human being she was. She was so wise, strong, and brave. She was so even tempered and calming when you needed the great advice she gave. At the same time had a great sense of humor and love of life. She was still very down to earth. She never looked down on anyone else despite what their problems might be. She was very understanding and empathic. She loved her work and helping people. From what the Army has told us Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners who specialize in post traumatic stress with her experience are hard to come by. I feel sorry for all the people she will not be able to help now. I feel so lucky to of had her for a mother. I got so much of her love and attention. She was irreplaceable in more ways than one.
Thank you to all my friends who have reached out to me and my family in our time of need. I prayed to God for her strength, courage, and wisdom. In that moment I felt a great relief that is hard to explain. I still feel her presence around me. I hear her words in my head. She was never afraid or intimidated by anything. I know what she would want me to do. I no longer feel she is gone. I feel so close to her. I know she is still very much with me. Everything I do is for her and my family now. I feel uplifted and supported by all the prayers being said for us. I feel embraced by the Holy Spirit. It's the only way that I'm handling this so well is by their support. I listen, I pray, and I feel it.
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Juanita is the tall blonde child on the right Juanita returning from a trip to Ft. Dix to greet returning Iraq and Afganistan veterans

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