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Marine Veteran Bill Wedekind suffered life-threatening injuries that left him without both of his hands and eyes. He underwent two krukenberg amputations to become an accomplished, if unlikely, potter.
After being together for 18 years, a Central Texas couple finally decided to tie the knot on January 27, 2016, at the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System (CTVHCS) Community Living Center (CLC) in Temple.
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We’ll let you be the judge. This man works at the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System’s Waco Campus in the Post Traumatic Stress Care Team (PCT) Outpatient Clinic. This man treats Veterans ranging from 89 years young to those in their twenties just returning from Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation New Dawn (OIF/OEF/OND)—all suffering from PTSD.
Bruce 'Doc' Smith has done a lot of things in his life besides serving as a U.S. Marine for three years. Now a patient in the hospice unit at the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System in Temple, Smith has found a new calling: to create oil paintings as gifts for his caregivers and others but more importantly to inspire his fellow Veterans in hospice care to devote a little time to painting to help make their remaining days productive and pleasant.
Anne and Don Cox enjoy their time together at Waco Community Living Center. Anne, a retired nurse, spends every afternoon at the Waco VA with Don. She says the VA care allows her to recover from her surgery knowing that her husband is getting great care.