Widow of Vietnam Veteran Feared No One Would Attend Husband’s Funeral – Then THIS Happened

US Army veteran Roman Belasco suddenly passed away without warning, leaving his wife struggling to make sudden funeral arrangements. She was terrified that nobody would come and honor the memory of her Vietnam veteran husband, but then, something absolutely incredible happened.

Conservatives understand that veterans are the backbone of this country, and when you stop paying respects to veterans, everything else falls apart. We’ve seen it with every major empire in history—once the people stop respecting hard work, patriotism, and self-sacrifice for their country, everything collapses.

It should come as no surprise then that Miss Belasco was worried that with the new generation, nobody would attend her hero husband’s funeral. Most millennials have never seen a day of hard work in their entire lives, and they’ve been brainwashed to hate America, believing that our veterans and patriots are somehow “hateful.”

No amount of George Soros propaganda could stop what was about to happen, however—after numerous Veterans organizations caught wind of this brave man’s death, they decided to put together one hell of a funeral, honoring not only his memory and his life as a soldier, but his life as a husband.

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Hundreds of veterans and Proud Boys flooded the funeral, to pay their respects to Roman Belasco. “When I heard the wife of this great American hero’s story, I knew I had to be here to support her,” said Brian Lamb, of the Colorado Springs Proud Boys chapter.

The Pikes Peak area veteran community, veteran service organizations, Proud Boys, civilian organizations, and even local and national companies all donated enough money to cover the cost of the event. This is truly what America looks like, folks—a community getting together to honor the memory of a fallen hero.

KKTV reports:

FOUNTAIN, Colo. (KKTV) – Help make certain the widow of a Vietnam War Army veteran has nothing to worry about when it comes to honoring her late husband in Fountain this Saturday.

The surviving wife of U.S. Army retiree Roman Belasco and her neighbor are worried no one in the community will come and honor Roman’s memory at his funeral this weekend. The two asked the Veterans of Foreign Wars to help with Veterans Affairs benefits to help get the word out about the service, inviting everyone to thank Belasco as he’s laid to rest.

The funeral service is being held Sept. 30 at 11 a.m. at 6685 Southmoor Drive, the American Legion Post 38. The Veterans of Foreign Wars organization said in a release, “This is a perfect time in American history to show community support for veterans with greater attendance than hoped.”

Roman passed away without warning at his home on Sept. 2. He and his wife were married for 43 years. The funeral includes representatives from the Pikes Peak area veteran community, veteran service organizations, and civilian organizations who have produced donations from local and national companies, as well direct monetary donations toward the event cost.

It’s heartwarming to see just how willing the men and women in this country are to pay respects to veterans and their families. Far too many soldiers have died on the field of battle, never to return home and never to get a proper funeral—but if just one can get a funeral like this, then maybe that makes all the difference.

If you’re PROUD that these men and women came in to show their support of a fallen hero, please give this article a share! Thank you and God bless our veterans.

H/T – The Gateway Pundit


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