War tests people.
It tests a soldier’s courage, strength and training. It tests the ability of a soldier’s family to endure in the face of long separation, loneliness and unrelenting worry. And war tests a community’s willingness to support the soldiers and families who sacrifice so much — and risk so much more — in its service.
In the case of Evergreen residents John and Melinda Tolentino, the soldier, the family and the community passed the test.
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