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Published: Friday, Dec. 21 2012 7:45 p.m. MST

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LAL
South Jordan, UT

That just makes you want to cry! You look so happy together, you both deserve all the happiness in life. Enjoy one another.

Rock Of The Marne
Phoenix, AZ

Best wishes to both of them.

Big Bubba
Herriman, UT

May God bless you both. I hope and pray for many more years together. You are beautiful.

Pipes
Salt Lake City, UT

Wonderful people! Our prayers are with you!

EMBO23
Riverton, UT

A beautiful bride and a handsome groom.

DEW
Sandy, UT

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for 2013 to both of you.

DeepintheHeart
Lewisville, TX

Good for you in getting on with your life! I was diagnosed in May with pancreatic cancer, but I qualified for the Whipple surgery, which was successful. I've been through chemo and radiation to prevent a return, which is unfortunately quite common. But no one should give up on living as long as they can, which is what I have decided to do, be it a short or a longer time. And now your marriage transcends both time and cancer.

On the other hand
Riverdale, MD

Families are forever. Best wishes!

conservative and proud
Orem, UT

It is so nice to hear a good story. God bless you guys. It is obvious you are supposed to be together and the Lord is really blessing you in that.

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