Honoring a deceased relative/friend
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I would be remiss not to acknowledge two very special people in the life of Paul and Linda that are not here with us this evening. Paul’s Grandfather Preston and Linda’s Aunt Susan. Though not physically present I am certain both are watching with great love and they're glowing with pride! I know that they would join us today as we toast and celebrate the wedding of Paul and Linda. Everybody raise your glass:
A wedding is a time for joy and fun, with friends and family gathered to see the happy couple off as they start their new life. But it is a time, too, when our thoughts inevitably turn to those people who cannot be with us today. So let’s raise a glass to Linda’s grandfather, Alex, who we remember with love and pride.