June Houghton Sullivan grew up during the Great Depression. Despite a semi-chaotic upbringing, she became a registered nurse and set out to serve as a wartime nurse. Serving at the 120th Station Hospital in Britain, June witnessed the horrors of war and the heavy price that many young men paid for their country. After returning from the war, she continued to work as a hospital nurse, as well as serve as outreach librarian at the Rockport Public Library. After over seventy years, she is still a nurse. A touching, dramatic, and inspiring true story, June's tale of life, love and war will keep readers mesmerized from the very beginning.
This book is an awe-inspiring look at one woman's amazing life. Filled with drama, humor, grief, and compassion, Caulfield's chronicling hits upon all of life's emotions while telling an amazing story. Spanning June's early life, her war time service, her marriage, and her life after service, the book examines nearly a century of life and accomplishments. A wonderful experience for readers everywhere, June's life story is full of all the components that make for a truly remarkable tale that just happens to be true. An inspiring story of sacrifice, service, and life, June's tale will leave readers thoroughly fulfilled and honored to have shared it.
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Published May 29, 2013
by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
Biographies & Memoirs.