A True Love Story and Journey Together Till The End

Helen and Kenneth Felumlee of Nashport, Ohio, were married 70 years and die just hours apart.
1:47 | 04/20/14

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a free one-on-one review. Finally, a love story. The couple married 07 years. A journey together even in the end. This is the story of Helen and Kenneth of nashport, Ohio. They met as teenagers. Inseparable. Married 70 years. They were so eager to tie the knot, Kenneth couldn't wait another day. Eloping. Marrying the day before he was 21. Their family told us this Sunday no one knew back then. They got married on the 20th of February. He was not 21 until the 22nd of February. So he lied about his age on the, I guess they didn't need proof back then. Reporter: They would raise a family together, eight children. Later in life, the two of them still holding hands every morning at breakfast. They would hold hands. Every morning before they ate. Reporter: The prayer of thanks for the food, for each other. There was a trip once on a ferry to Alaska. All they had to sleep on were bunk beds. They made a choice. So they both slept in the bottom bunk together so they wouldn't have to sleep apart that night. Reporter: They embraced the neighborhood kids as their own. Helping their parents, too. One mom, Kenneth helped fix the lawn mower so many times, he told her it was beyond fixing. He took the pickup, loaded her up, took her into town and bought her a new lawn mower because he knew he couldn't fix that one anymore. Reporter: In the end, surrounded by family, their children always knew when they lost one of them, they would likely lose the other. One week ago, Helen passed away after 70 years of marriage. 15 hours later, Kenneth died, too. After that, he went real quick. 15 1/2 hours after mom passed, dad went to be with her. Bittersweet Easter for one

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