Jim O'Donahue, drives his wheel chair through the underground tunnel at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

Jim O'Donahue, drives his wheel chair through the underground tunnel at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

 Jim O'Donahue, originally from Milwaukee, served in the Air Force and Army between 1945-1949 as an air to ground radio operator, he has been living at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King for 18 years in King, WI.

Jim O'Donahue, originally from Milwaukee, served in the Air Force and Army between 1945-1949 as an air to ground radio operator, he has been living at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King for 18 years in King, WI.

 Residents seen through a window reflection at the smoke shack at Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

Residents seen through a window reflection at the smoke shack at Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

 A painted window in the lobby at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

A painted window in the lobby at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

 Jim O'Donahue (left) and Pearl O'Donahue (right) have been residents at the nursing home for 18 years and moving to another nursing home due to poor living conditions in King, WI.

Jim O'Donahue (left) and Pearl O'Donahue (right) have been residents at the nursing home for 18 years and moving to another nursing home due to poor living conditions in King, WI.

 Sharon Blando reminisces about her father, Walter Sundling, and his time at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King. She believes he died of neglect there.

Sharon Blando reminisces about her father, Walter Sundling, and his time at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King. She believes he died of neglect there.

 Sharon Blando shows a photo of her father, Walter Sundling when he had Edema while he was at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

Sharon Blando shows a photo of her father, Walter Sundling when he had Edema while he was at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

 Sharon Blando gets emotional while explaining what went wrong with her father Walter Sundling while he was at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

Sharon Blando gets emotional while explaining what went wrong with her father Walter Sundling while he was at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

 Sharon Blando points to a wedding photo of her parents at her home in Milwaukee, WI.

Sharon Blando points to a wedding photo of her parents at her home in Milwaukee, WI.

 Sharon Blando holds her father Walter Sundling's Prisoner of War medal at her home in Milwaukee, WI.

Sharon Blando holds her father Walter Sundling's Prisoner of War medal at her home in Milwaukee, WI.

 Jim O'Donahue, drives his wheel chair through the underground tunnel at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.
 Jim O'Donahue, originally from Milwaukee, served in the Air Force and Army between 1945-1949 as an air to ground radio operator, he has been living at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King for 18 years in King, WI.
 Residents seen through a window reflection at the smoke shack at Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.
 A painted window in the lobby at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.
 Jim O'Donahue (left) and Pearl O'Donahue (right) have been residents at the nursing home for 18 years and moving to another nursing home due to poor living conditions in King, WI.
 Sharon Blando reminisces about her father, Walter Sundling, and his time at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King. She believes he died of neglect there.
 Sharon Blando shows a photo of her father, Walter Sundling when he had Edema while he was at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.
 Sharon Blando gets emotional while explaining what went wrong with her father Walter Sundling while he was at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.
 Sharon Blando points to a wedding photo of her parents at her home in Milwaukee, WI.
 Sharon Blando holds her father Walter Sundling's Prisoner of War medal at her home in Milwaukee, WI.

Jim O'Donahue, drives his wheel chair through the underground tunnel at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

Jim O'Donahue, originally from Milwaukee, served in the Air Force and Army between 1945-1949 as an air to ground radio operator, he has been living at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King for 18 years in King, WI.

Residents seen through a window reflection at the smoke shack at Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

A painted window in the lobby at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

Jim O'Donahue (left) and Pearl O'Donahue (right) have been residents at the nursing home for 18 years and moving to another nursing home due to poor living conditions in King, WI.

Sharon Blando reminisces about her father, Walter Sundling, and his time at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King. She believes he died of neglect there.

Sharon Blando shows a photo of her father, Walter Sundling when he had Edema while he was at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

Sharon Blando gets emotional while explaining what went wrong with her father Walter Sundling while he was at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, WI.

Sharon Blando points to a wedding photo of her parents at her home in Milwaukee, WI.

Sharon Blando holds her father Walter Sundling's Prisoner of War medal at her home in Milwaukee, WI.

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