Transcript for Married couple reunited after weeks in quarantine
Finally tonight America strong their love could not be stopped. Joyce and Donna Hoffman from Indianapolis were married July 13 1950 Q. They have two children and four grandchildren. They're both now ninety years old together at the Hoover would live in retirement community. In 67 years of mayor urged they have experienced so much but nothing like what just happened. Joyce tested positive for corona virus on May first and they've been separated ever sits. It's the longest they've been a part in nearly seven decades. Joy staying fully had mild symptoms fought hard and former pro. She along with her family in this. At that Hoover would had no idea why not surprise her husband Don who aren't just moments where he. Whom and yes I'm sure. The staff giving Don flowers not telling him we're there for and then turning him around can turn around for a second big. Cold. Or. Joyce accusing Dodds hand Don kissing her they tell each other their beautiful. No duty boom boom on. He's sound you. Tonight there are grand daughter Melanie tells us they are both together and doing well. After 67 years of marriage this was excruciating for that. However they were reunited and can not stop holding hands so there's not enough time to describe their loved so we'll just show it to you. Joyce and dawn through at all right where they want to be holding hands. So tonight we salute choice Don for being America's strong black you guys are back together thanks so much for watching tonight on Tommy Thomas I'll see you right back here tomorrow Stacey could.
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