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Howard Holschuh Writes His Love Story and Life in the Navy, and Shares It With His Readers

“Helen, Dearest” is a captivating story of two people in love but separated during World War II in the act of one being a patriot who fought for his country and gave up everything to serve his fellowmen and the land he most loved.


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“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength and will to hang on despite the biggest trials and loving someone deeply gives you the courage to go through it all.”

“Helen, Dearest” is the true story of the author, Howard Holschuh, and his loving wife, Helen. They first met at Westminster College. They would never forget the date—September 28, 1941. A romance had blossomed but they were drawn apart when Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor and Howard joined the naval reserve. The two exchanged love letters while Howard was away. These letters were mostly the contents of this book. Their love and affection got stronger despite long-distance relationship. After the war, Howard came home and pursued his desire for Helen. Eventually, they married at the chapel of the same place they first set eyes on each other—Westminster College.

Aside from his love life, this book also tells about his life away from home and sacrifice for his beloved country. It is a story of patriotism, patience, courage, dignity, and pride.
 
“Helen, Dearest” will be on display at the 2018 Book Expo America New Title Showcase which will be happening on May 30, 2018. Don’t forget the date and grab a copy of this fascinating story of two people in love.
 
Helen, Dearest
Written by: Howard Holschuh
Published by: Christian Faith Publishing
Date published: July 24, 2017
Paperback price: $18.95
 
 
About The Author
Howard “Howdy” Holschuh was born and raised in New York State and enrolled as a journalism student at Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania, on September 28, 1941.

World War II service aboard a Navy amphibious attack transport interrupted his education, but he received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in journalism from Stanford University in 1948 and ’49 and began work as a radio news writer in San Francisco.

He was recalled to active naval duty in 1952 and completed thirty years of service, retiring with the rank of captain in 1972. He and his wife Helen had two children, Jeanette (Jamie) and Steve. Howdy resides in a retirement home in Ohio.
 


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 Howard Holschuh
 Helen, Dearest
 September 28, 1941
 Westminster College
 World War II


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