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Early in Adams life, he struggled with addiction and at one point spent time in jail for crimes relating to his addiction and theft.
He later gave his life to Christ and became a husband and a father.
Even though he had to retrain himself to shoot left handed, he made the top of the SEALs.
Adam was a man of extremes, whose determination was fueled by faith, family, and the love and support of his wife. Always the first to volunteer for the most dangerous assignments, Adams final act of bravery led to the ultimate sacrifice. He promised them he would wear them while going into battle and he did.
Bono was defeated in her bid for reelection in 2012 by Dr. She was, at the time, the sole female Republican in California's congressional delegation, and until Congresswoman Mimi Walters was elected in November 2014, no other female Republican was part of the delegation.
Mary Bono (née Whitaker and formerly Mary Bono Mack, born October 24, 1961) is a former U. Representative for California's 45th congressional district, and previously the 44th, serving from 1998 to 2013.
She was first elected to Congress to replace her late husband, Sonny Bono, who had died months before. Bono's district was based in Palm Springs and included most of central and eastern Riverside County.
Bono is married to former astronaut and retired Navy rear admiral Stephen S. Bono was born Mary Whitaker in Cleveland, Ohio, the daughter of Karen Lee (née Taylor), a chemist, and Dr.
Clay Westerfield Whitaker, a physician and World War II veteran.