An army officer came home recently, just before the holiday, and surprised his mother, the police sergeant. Private second-class soldier Daeveon Oliver and St. Petersburg, Florida police officer Samora Church (Samora Church) joined the “Fox and Friends” organization after a warm reunion.
Church said to “Fox and Friends” on Monday: “I am very happy. I am very happy to meet him. I didn’t want to see him until after the first year of this year.”
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Oliver said that once military officials approved his request to go home, his family and the boss of the church police station brought surprises to the incident.
Oliver said: “I called my aunt so that she can pick me up from the airport.”
With the help of his aunt, Oliver surprised his grandmother on the night of arrival. Oliver’s grandmother then called the director of the church to start the project.
Oliver said: “My grandmother, she is under the control of the lieutenant, so we can make this plan and say there are complaints downstairs.”
When the church responded to the “complaint”, her son was waiting there.
Oliver said: “She went downstairs and went to the double door, and I was waiting around the corner.” “I thought,’Shangguan, I have a problem, and she obviously melted there at that time.”
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Church said that although she understands that Oliver is doing important work in the military, she is happy to take her son home for vacation.
The church said: “This is everything.” “I have two children, and they have been missing their brother like crazy, just like I have been missing him like crazy.”
She added: “Putting all my little pieces together means everything to me.”