Petty Officer 3rd Class Joshua Page surprised his daughter, eighth-grader Elaina Elliston, in the hall.
Elaina hugs her father after his surprise.
Sixth-grader Victoria Theel, reaches to give her dad a hug after coming into to her classroom and finding him seated in her chair. 
Victoria gives her dad a hug after coming into to her classroom and finding him seated in her chair.

Home, sweet home

Petty Officer 3rd Class returns home after eight months in Bahrain

HOPKINS—After serving eight months providing U.S. Navy support activity at the air base in Bahrain, Petty Officer 3rd Class Joshua Page surprised his daughters with a homecoming at Hopkins Middle School on Thursday, Nov. 6.

Both his daughters Elaina Elliston and Victoria Theel were tearful and speechless when Page surprised them at the school. Page said he was glad to be home and was enjoying the cool weather after being in a 110-degree climate.

Page also surprised daughters Parker and Hayleigh Page at the elementary school before going home with his family for some rest and relaxation.
 

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