‘Fixer Upper’ Gave War Veteran And His Wife Dream Home—Then He Got Gut-Wrenching News About His Beloved Wife Emmanuel January 14, 2017 General News, Military, Patriotic We just love chip and Joanna Gaines. They are what real christians folks look like. They stand up for GOD and we love that about the show. In a recent episode, the gracious couple along with The Robert Griffin III Foundation, renovated a home for an old war vet and his wife. The country immediately fell in love. In a tragic turn of events, the veteran made an announcement that will crush everyone who got to know the lovely couple. Prayers go out to the Graham family. VIA| On this week’s episode of the hit HGTV show “Fixer Upper,” Chip and Joanna Gaines teamed up with Cleveland Browns quarterback Robert Griffon III and his foundation, Family of 3. When Family of 3 discovered that Vietnam veteran Bill Graham needed some serious help with his home in Waco, Texas, RGIII called up Waco’s favorite couple, Chip and Joanna, to do what they do best. Griffon’s Family of 3 foundation is a non-profit foundation that strives to discover, design, and support programs that benefit struggling military families, underprivileged youth, and the victims of domestic violence, according to its website. Bill lived with his wife of 45 years, Sherry Graham. The gracious couple made for one of the most heartwarming episodes of “Fixer Upper” ever aired. But Sherry, who was in remission from lung cancer, was only able to enjoy her new home for a few months before she was hospitalized again. Bill lived with his wife of 45 years, Sherry Graham. The gracious couple made for one of the most heartwarming episodes of “Fixer Upper” ever aired. But Sherry, who was in remission from lung cancer, was only able to enjoy her new home for a few months before she was hospitalized again. Bill told KWTX News about the shock: “She had lung cancer and they cured the lung cancer and they thought she was cancer-free.” Sadly, Bill was told that his loving wife, at only 69 years old, wouldn’t make it much longer: “But, they did the last test and it was in her back and her liver. And the doctor was up-front. He gave her six months and she lasted two. When she got out of the hospital for the last time, she said ‘Don’t ever take me back, right here is where I want to be.” Continue reading here… Share on FacebookTweetFollow us Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.