The House That Jack Built: Memories

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Dorrance Publishing, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 66 pages
As Aline Coutu sits in a pew, listening to the eulogies given for her beloved husband of fifty-six years, she begins to recall her life with him, expounding on the deep love and dedication they undisputedly shared for over half a century. In addition to touching on the family difficulties of her own childhood, Aline takes the reader on a journey through marriage, children, death and most importantly, what it means to live.From the beginning of their marriage, a marriage her mother said ¿would never last,¿ Aline and Al know this is a ¿match made in heaven.¿ They work at various occupations and eventually plan and build a unique residential equestrian center housing thirty or more horses and accommodating guest riders from throughout the United States and several countries abroad. Through it all ¿ financial worries, health and family issues, and the fear of the unknown ¿ Aline and Al love each other unconditionally, together like newlyweds throughout their relationship. Thanks For The Memories is a profound autobiography that will encourage readers to believe in the simplicity of love while inspiring them to never settle for anything less.

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About the author (2012)

Aline Coutu was inspired to write this book as a memorial to her son, Jack Coutu. She is proud of her accomplishment and dedicated to capturing his memory for others.

In her spare time, Aline enjoys playing the piano for the South County Hospital and the organ for Sunday masses.

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