Iconic People: Bill & Peg Woolston

WWII veterans Bill & Peggy Woolston share what it was like to serve during wartime and what life was like when they returned home. They also talk about participating in the Big Sky Honor Flight and give some advice on marriage (they should know a thing or two – they were married for 70 years!) NOTE: Peg passed away in May of 2014 after a beautiful life of 94 years. Bill also passed away in March 2015 at the age of 93.


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