Remembering the Korean War

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jimmyHOUSTON, TX – War is something most soldiers live to forget. However, the recent 60th anniversary marking the end of the Korean War forces many to remember.

Retired army sergeant Jimmy Reagan, , a resident at Parkway Place, built supply routes close to the front line during the war.

Jimmy says as much negativity comes from foreign battles; his experience was much different.

Such true optimism is rare for a soldier of warfare with a full life and 59-years of marriage.

We don’t think Jimmy would ever change a thing.