WWII Vet Warren Bodeker Being Forced From Home and Forced to Exhume Wife’s Body

Bankruptcy forces 89-year-old WWII vet from home

HELENA, Mont. — A World War II veteran who lists a $981 monthly Social Security check as his only income has had to move out of his western Montana home after his late wife’s medical bills led him to file for bankruptcy.

Warren Bodeker, 89, was ordered by a bankruptcy judge to leave the home that he and his wife built in Plains. His case has gone viral on the Internet after the group Oathkeepers posted a YouTube video featuring him and wrote a sympathetic account of his story on its website.

Bodeker, who has prostate cancer and has been staying with friends, said he is tired from the months-long legal fight, but hopes that he can halt the sale of his home before it goes through at the end of the month.

“They need to stop this sale of this property,” he said Friday. “The price is wrong, and it will leave me with no money. There will be nothing left. I’m not going to have anything.”

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2 Responses to “WWII Vet Warren Bodeker Being Forced From Home and Forced to Exhume Wife’s Body”
  1. Pamela Edwards says:

    This is the way they treat or Vets.Are we really going to allow this to happen?

    • Bobbi Swann says:

      Where’s a petition to stop this? Where is Occupy? This is disgusting to allow this to happen to a VET!!!!!!

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