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Loving Couple Married For 77 Years Hold Hands As They Pass Away

Written by Rachel Lee-Thomas
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In a tale of true love that could come straight from a movie, this loving couple was able to spend their entire lives together from marriage, to old age. After 77 years of marriage, Floyd and Violet Hartwig said goodbye to each other while holding hands on a hospital bed.

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The image was shared by reddit user RealLiveGirl, the couple's granddaughter, who wrote: ‘My Grandma, 96, with my Grandpa 100, hours before her death this weekend.'

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In the adorable photo, the two rest peacefully on hospital beds pushed together adjacently so they could be closer. What a comforting thing it must be to pass with the love of your life right next to you.

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The photo was shared in August and has gained a lot of attention. Unfortunately, the original poster received some ‘hate’ comments. Despite a few inconsiderate comments, the post also received a lot of positivity and condolences with the top comment that read, ‘sorry for you loss. But what a ‘great’ way to go. Holding hands with your spouse, in a warm bed, presumably with loved ones around.'

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In the adorable photo, the two rest peacefully on hospital beds pushed together adjacently so they could be closer. What a comforting thing it must be to pass with the love of your life right next to you.

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The photo was shared in August and has gained a lot of attention. Unfortunately, the original poster received some ‘hate’ comments. Despite a few inconsiderate comments, the post also received a lot of positivity and condolences with the top comment that read, ‘sorry for you loss. But what a ‘great’ way to go. Holding hands with your spouse, in a warm bed, presumably with loved ones around.'

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