One California couple had done everything right for their grown children. They all left the nest and had their own lives. Therefore, the only thing left to do was start the retirement process. While they began saving and wondered if now was the time to stop working, they heard something that changed their minds.
Seven siblings were now in need because they had lost their parents in a horrific car accident. The couple couldn’t let the kids suffer and gave them a new home, putting their retirement on hold to help raise them. This is their amazingly inspiring story.
Preparing to Be the Empty-Nesters
One couple in Menifee, California, was now preparing for retirement. Gary (52) and Pam Willis (49) had already led an amazing life, raising their children to adulthood. Gary had been a U.S. Navy veteran, and they had experienced major landmarks in their life so far.
The Retirement Idea
The couple had lived in a six-bedroom home that accommodated their five children. Andrew, Matthew, Sophia, Sam, and Alexa were all adults now and had moved out. Since Pam and Gary were on their own for the first time in a while, they focused on retirement.