From Bob Willett ’50
My wife entered Memory Care at Brennity in Melbourne, Fla., on January 10. On March 13, they went on lockdown, so we have not seen her since. But everyday we take something to her and to others with her such as letters, notes, flowers, some candy and games, puzzles, etc. And every few days we get to see her on a video-telephoning system.
My oldest daughter still delivers Meals on Wheels while youngest daughter got home on the March 8 from Ethiopia where she was on a humanitarian mission with Mercy Corps. She is distributing cards to shut ins now. It is a terrible time that really parallels WWII in the minds of those of us in that war.