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May the coming year be
filled with health and
happiness for all our
family & friends.
L'Shanah Tovah!

to my family."

Emotional Reunions

The Zeitlins and Millers consider themselves fortunate to
have welcomed home both their sons in May.
"I wouldn't have missed it for the world," Marlene said,
recalling her 14-hour drive to Little Rock with children
Bryan, 18, and Caryn, 12. "It was my birthday, it was
Mother's Day weekend. What better gift could I have asked
for, than having my three kids together?"
Bryan was thrilled to see the planes fly in formation.
Caryn just wanted to get to her brother to hug him. The
two raced to reach him first.
"When I got to him, I didn't want to let go," Caryn said.
"It was worth the 14-hour drive just to do that."
They convinced Allen to drive home with them the next
day to surprise their father.
"My dad was sitting down watching TV — he wasn't even
expecting my mom until the next day," Allen said. "When I
said, 'Hey, I'm home' — it seemed like his whole body was
up in the air at once!"
Garry recalled the reunion. "All of a sudden he was just
standing there," he said. "It was so exciting to see him. I'm
just so proud of him."
Michael Miller remembered the excitement of seeing
Kyle's ship pull into dock. "It was pouring rain, but when
that ship came around the corner, the crowd went crazy. The
entire flight deck was ringed by Navy guys in their white
uniforms, and these guys are standing at attention.
"Kyle had told us he wouldn't be able to get off the ship
until 6 p.m. because he had. to wait for the nuclear reactor
to shut down," Susan said. "So we thought we'd be waiting
several hours, but at just about 2 p.m., my phone rang and
it was Kyle saying, 'Mom, where are you?' I said I'm by the
bleachers and he told me to look down. And there he was,
standing right beside me!"
Kyle recalled, "Our eyes met as we were still on the
phone. It was just so amazing. I was just so happy to be
back."
Since that happy day, Kyle was deployed once more, but
this time only for two weeks in July. But with the USS
Harry S. Truman in dry dock, he's now waiting to hear back
about his application to officers school. He's ranked third
out of 200 applicants.
In Little Rock, Allen has learned he could be deployed
again as early as January.
"I'm trying not to focus on that," Marlene said bravely.
"There's enough worry while he's gone. Do I need to worry
prior to his going? But I am aware that time is approaching
very quickly. In the meantime, this Rosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur, we'll be praying for peace." O

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