All four daughters she had with Cash — Rosanne, Kathy, Cindy and Tara — graduated from St. Vivian died in May 2005 at age 71, shortly after finishing the manuscript on her days with Johnny.
I liked her a lot."Vivian's Ventura foothills home had an indoor pool and was impeccably decorated. Said Dunn, who knew her from the Garden Club, "She had an innate sense of style in her dress and her home."Fran Diamond, the manager of Scott's Apparel in Ventura when Vivian briefly worked there, called her "an all-around fun person." Opal Root worked alongside her at St.
Johnny Cash blessed the book and supposedly was going to write the foreword before he passed away. In fact, most of this unusual memoir is written by the Man in Black — fully 75 percent of the 320-page book is love letters he wrote to Vivian while he was an Air Force serviceman stationed in Germany from 1951 to 1954.
The two had met at a roller-skating rink in her hometown of San Antonio and engaged in a whirlwind three-week romance before he shipped out to Europe.
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In it, Vivian confesses that she never stopped loving Johnny and wistfully ruminates on what might have been had drugs and June not entered their lives.