April 22

This Lovely Couple Died on the Same Day


How long have you been married with the love of your life? One, two, three years, or have you been together for a long time? Finding the right person for you is hard, especially if you want to look for someone who can tolerate your attitude and bring out the best in you at the same time. Moreover, falling in love is easy but staying in love for many years is hard. But, having been married for seventy years, this couple proved that love can last a lifetime. Plus, they managed to stay in love until their last breath.

Couple, world war II, Preble Staver
Photo Credits: Powerfulmind.com

According to studies, being in love with the person does not guarantee that the relationship will work. Thus, the couple needs to have understanding, patience, and compatibility. But the very first thing you need is to be “In Love” to achieve this goal and everything else will follow.

The Couple who have been In love for Seven Decades

Preble Staver and Isabell Whitney studied in Philadelphia. Staver was born on October 17, 1921, and Whitney on October 31 of the same year. Moreover, this is proof that they are really meant to be together. Further, the couple met on a blind date and they had been head over heels with each other ever since. When the U.S. entered the Second World War, the couple signed up to help their country. It was a rough time for them and they were not given the chance to see each other.

Couple, world war II, Preble Staver
Photo Credits: Theheartysoul.com

The Final Strings of their Life

Preble Staver joined the Marines and Isabell Whitley was a Navy Nurse during the war. Anyway, when the war ended, the couple were reunited and got married on February 15, 1946. The couple was full of love and they were determined to overcome all obstacles in life.  Furthermore, they were blessed with five kids who are living testimonies of how they loved each other. The bittersweet ending of this story is that they died on the same day. At least they can still have the chance to continue their journey in the afterlife.


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