The Beauty Of Taking Risks


We here at NAPHC really enjoy being able to help and inspire people in our community by bringing you information that not only helps with all things caregiving, but also puts a smile on your face and some pep in your step.

The story below is another example of this and shows the beauty in taking risks regardless of how old you might be!

Fred is a 96 year old gentleman who recently lost his wife after 73 years together.  They had the unwavering love that most people dream about. The kind of love that just hearing about it, brings tears to your eyes.

They met in 1938 when he visited an A & W car-hop restaurant, where she was a waitress. He fell in love at first sight.

Their love story in and of itself is enough to warm your heart, but what Fred did in memory of his wife, will pull at your heartstrings even more.

The video below shows the story of what happened when Fred saw an ad in his local newspaper.

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About Pam Witt

Pam Witt is a licensed RN and has more than 32 years of experience in the caregiving, home care, home health and healthcare industries. She has more than 10 years of successful marketing experience with one of the largest healthcare software companies in the world. Pam’s philosophy is that “life is a gift” and it should not be wasted. Pam’s main objective through the NAPHC and is to make a positive impact in the home care, home health and home hospice industry by providing the best information and training available.

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