About Richard Lyons Weil
My desire to serve you was inspired by the writings
of my father. After he volunteered to serve in World
War II in 1942, he vowed to write his parents a letter
everyday he was at war. He did so to ease their pain.
From June, 1942 until his arrival back in New
Orleans in December, 1945 he, a brilliant man, wrote
an amazing compilation of letters. Reading these
letters as a child in the 60’s, has had a profound
impact on me.
While in England in 1942, he met my mother and a wartime romance ensued. On October 3, 1945, my parents were married in Liverpool, England. Impacted by their World War II experiences, they returned to my father’s native home of New Orleans, Louisiana. Upon arrival to America as a new immigrant, my mother fought another war, prescription drug addiction. Having experienced World War II, my father was keenly aware of the brutal consequences of war and the effects of limited citizen involvement. He taught me the value and importance of service—both to your fellow man and your country.
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