Vicki Gunvalson’s Son-In-Law Completes Military Career

RHOC star Vicki Gunvalson is celebrating the end of her son-in-law, Ryan Culbertson’s military career.

Thursday night, Gunvalson took to Instagram to share the news with her fans. She wrote, “@ryan_culberson has completed his time in the Marine Corps today. Thank you for your sacrifice so we can live in the land of the free! I’m so proud to call you my son in law and thank you for making my daughter so happy.”

She added, “You got this! You’re not alone! Our family is strong! #marines #family #hero #husband #father #rhoc #realhousewives #season12.”

Ryan also spoke out about the milestone in his own post. “Today is the first day in my civilian journey post Marine Corps. I like to thank everyone who over the years have been there for me. I know that with my wife and family by my side this will be a smooth transition, here’s to new adventures, Semper Fidelis! #marines #marinecorp #usmc #semperfi #family”

Congrats and thank you to Ryan for your service!

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  • Starr

    A family reunited, so happy for Brianna & the boys.

  • Aunt Bee

    I think Ryan and Vicki will be clashing since both seem very controlling.

    • DaysofWineandRoses

      Vicki seems to be very submissive around men in the last years…I wonder if that will influence their relationship dynamic.

    • Cin

      needs anger management towards women

      • Marie Singewald

        maybe or he might need PTSD therapy after all the things they see on active service nobody would wish anyone to see ,those things leave lasting scars after 25 years service Ive seen some terrible things whilst nursing our men back to health and thats not a patch on what theyve had to do and see

  • Frank Van Der Heijden

    Kind of chubby and flabby for a USMC ex-member…I wonder what his job was…