In The News
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
May 25, 2015: KOMO News
Gold Star mom offering unique way to help other military families. Video and story.
May 25, 2015: Peninsula Daily News
Memorial Day ceremony held at Captain Joseph House in Port Angeles focuses on Fallen, families
May 23, 2014: Christian Post – Friday’s Tidings
Leading From The Front – A Mother Carries On. How can you go on when you’re told your son was killed on the frontline in Afghanistan? What can you do with your broken heart? What happens when all you see are the shattered dreams of what no longer can be? No mother wants to answer these questions, yet Betsy Schultz answered each one. Like her heroic son, Betsy Schultz is leading from the front. She picked up the broken pieces of her heart and wants to help others do the same. Please give generously because the families who’ve lost loved ones most certainly already have.
Feb. 20, 2014: KING5 TV
Betsy Schultz always dreamed of opening an inn. It’s just in her nature to take care of people. “I love to cook and wherever I lived, lots of folks would come and just stay,” she said. Schultz lived her dream for nine years, operating a B&B in Port Angeles and sharing it with her son when he’d come visit. “In fact, he did some cooking and housekeeping just to say he’d done a little bed and breakfast with his mom,” she said. But then everything changed. Her son, 36 year old Capt. Joseph Schultz, an Army Green Beret, died in Afghanistan after hitting an IED. His mother’s heart was shattered.
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Seal of Honor:
Seal of Honor: The Captain Joseph House Foundation is extremely honored to be recognize by one of the preeminent military Facebook pages…Seal of Honor. Seal of Honor is dedicate to the memory of Navy LT. Michael Murphy, who was the first American awarded the Medal of Honor in Afghanistan. It’s daily posts recognize the width and breath of our military heroes.
Captain Joseph House offers healing – Port Angeles home in honor of a fallen son
Peninsula Daily News
Ceremony marks remodel of house for fallen vets’ families