"When she married him, her sister asked, 'How does it feel to hit the jackpot?' In more than 30 years of marriage, she never heard him say an unkind word about anyone. He was an engineer, lectured at conventions, did volunteer work, belonged to a history book club, ran marathons. Now he can no longer speak, read, write or walk."
Frontotemporal dementia — it's not Alzheimer's.
"Whatever happens, we will go through this together. I will be there."