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After watching “Our Time, Our Turn” about PTSD Kathleen shares:
“Ann M. Wolf does an amazing job with this video. Her voice is so soothing, I don’t know how she does it without falling apart. Thank you Ann for helping raise awareness about PTSD…because the dealing part is the hardest part.”
In response to watching “The Missing Man Table Ceremony” Garry Johnston said this:
“This is got to be one of the best videos I have ever watched; it has me crying. Thank you ann for your love for us veterans.” Then later Garry added, “Just had to thank you a second time, these videos you do help me get back to sleep many early morning hours.”
In Response to watching “Our Time, Our Turn” about PTSD, Ray shares:
“AWESOME!! SIS ANN THANK’s!”
After watching the video, “True Heroes,” Greg states:
“I always look for your posts to share,God bless you sister Ann :)”
“Ann has a beautiful voice and style with every song she does! Please check her out on You Tube, you’ll like it!!! Woody”
After listening to “True Heroes” Alex says,
“Great video, great song, and a wonderful voice. Your voice reminds me of the sultry female singers of 50’s standards. I am also a retired police officer and U.S. Navy and National Guard veteran, so the video was close to my heart. Thank you for sharing the video and your voice.”
Invocation for Wreaths Across America: This short production is an example of the depth of vision expressed in Ann’s videos.
First Video: This narration was originally written by Chaplain Ann M. Wolf as requested by Gold Star Mother, Bernie Wickman Koprince, to be a part of the Wreaths Across America service which was held in Dec. of 2013, Knoxville, TN. Then, in Spring of 2015, Ann joined forces with her producer Tracy Collins to combine the script with one of his marvelous scores in preparing to share this Invocation with America.
Second Video: Watch Ann narrate the “Wreaths Across America” Invocation for WAA Ceremonies at Lyon’s View Cemetery, Knoxville, TN – Dec. 2016.
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True Heroes: What is a Hero? Blues/Rock as delivered by Ann M. Wolf singing her original “For Every Tear I Cry.” With soulful urgency, she drives the message through about the heroes all around us, often serving in harm’s way or doing the extraordinary.