View spoke with local couples for Valentine’s Day about overcoming challenges and hardships in their relationships.
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As Valentine’s Day approaches, love is in the air. It’s always been in the air for Sun City Summerlin couple Andy and Lee Lawson, ever since the day they met as high school seniors in Arizona. Although their families’ religious differences initially kept them apart, and they both ended up marrying other people, love still found a way to bring them together.
Despite producing the interactive dinner show “Marriage can be Murder,” performers and Henderson residents Jayne and Eric Post promise that they really do love each other.
It started as a college dream and a discussion between buddies. Andy Johnson, a West Virginia native, wanted to create a business that would give people the chance to live their fantasy and join the infamous mile high club.
Pete and Marty Walsh met in Martha’s Vineyard, where Marty had moved to start a deli with a friend while Pete way plying his skills as a carpenter.
Dina Proto and Dina “Dom” Poist-Proto met 10 years ago while working as nurses at a local hospice. Dina was married with children, and Dom was in an eight-year relationship with her then-fiance.
When Henderson couple Eddie and Antoinette Garcia married 13 years ago, they became husband and wife.
View readers from all over the Las Vegas Valley responded to the call to share their love stories. Six couples took time out to share their tales of romance with View videographer Michael Quine. More shared their stories with View reporters. To read all View’s love stories and other tales timed for Valentine’s Day, visit reviewjournal.com/life/love-stories.
Sandra and Steve Huntsman were aspiring actors in their early 20s who shared a passion for theater and music.
Rosemary Pisani said that when she met her husband, Lou, it wasn’t love at first sight.
After 53 years of marriage, Liz and Dave Dameron don’t think the romance is gone, but it sure has changed over time.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, two couples share how they met and how they’ve managed to make their relationships work while battling illness.
The Silver Statesmen Barbershop Chorus plan to offer singing valentines Feb. 14-16. Teams of barbershop quartets hope to fan out over the valley and sing to hundreds of sweethearts.
Patti Novak has been a matchmaker since she was in eighth grade, when her class voted her The Next Ann Landers, but she didn’t go pro until 2001.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, love is in the air. View found memorable stories of how wedded couples met and got to know one another.
Mal and Joni Telloian did their long-distance relationship the hard way.
Drought has seen workers at the Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort manufacture plenty of man-made snow to keep skiers busy over the past few years.