RICHLAND, Wash. -- Family members of fallen soldiers are also reacting to Bin Laden's death. But you won't find smiles, music, or impromptu celebrations inside Shirley Schmunk's home.
The Richland mother lost her son, Jeremiah during the Iraq War seven years ago.
Schmunk says she's not angry at the celebrations she saw on TV last night, but warns people should understand the war on terrorism didn't die with the terrorist leader.
"How far do you trust the head of just him. He was not the only one involved. He's had 10 years to build up his military groups. It's not going to be the end," explains Schmunk.
Since her son's death, she has been involved in several organizations for family members who have lost loved ones in war.