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Julie K. Weber-Torres

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Julie K. Weber-Torres is the author of A Daughter's Hero.


According to the book description, “A Soldier’s Journey... A Daughter’s Hero was written to share the life of Julius “Jerry” D. Weber—my Dad and Hero. He was a Vietnam Veteran who struggled with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) throughout the rest of his life upon returning home from the war. He served in the U.S. Army from March 1968–October 1970. He was sent to Vietnam as a Light Equipment Engineer with the 557th Engineer Company in August 1968. A Daughter’s Hero was written to raise awareness about the long lasting effects of war and shares the unconditional love and compassion between a daughter and her father.”



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