Wedding at the funeral
Wedding at the tomb
A couple of Philadelphians had their marriage solemnized at the tomb of the groom’s uncle who made a promise to the fatherless bride to take her to the altar but didn’t made it because of circumstance.
The groom’s uncle Scott Wade, called “Chop” died on February 27 when shot by a cousin and an accomplice due to long-standing family feud, according to family members and the police. Wade’s sudden demise disrupted wedding plans between now and April.
Reggie Wade and Monique McMillan, who have lived together for 8 years with 3 children, and who have already fixed decision on having their relation formally legalized, decided to pursue the promise of late Scott by having their formal marriage vows officiated at his tomb after the funeral.
A prominent figure in the local black community Scott Wade’s last hour was witnessed by about 2,000 people who were likewise treated to an unusual Baptist funeral-wedding
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