How they met

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Three couples share tales of love, immigration, open heart surgery and laughter

By Meaghan Downs

An Hungarian tour guide and an American World War II history buff.
A Lawrenceburg couple whose courtship started with a mother’s broken nose and survived 54 years of marriage and two open heart surgeries.
A Kentucky boy and an Arizona girl who’ve laughed over ill-fated road trips and the darnest things their kids say for more than 13 years.
Learn more about how a pair of newlyweds, two Lawrenceburg parents and two open heart surgery patients explain the ordinary and extraordinary ways they found each other.

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