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  • Couple chooses to marry at WakeMed's Cary Hospital after stay in ICU

    Jackie and Joe Platt have been together for 42 years, but never got married. On Wednesday, they chose to tie the knot, in part because Joe was recently diagnosed with a terminal respiratory illness. Lisa Koch, a WakeMed chaplain, presided over the marriage, her first time officiating a wedding in a hospital. Video by Mary Katherine Wildeman/mwildeman@newsobserver.com

Jackie and Joe Platt have been together for 42 years, but never got married. On Wednesday, they chose to tie the knot, in part because Joe was recently diagnosed with a terminal respiratory illness. Lisa Koch, a WakeMed chaplain, presided over the marriage, her first time officiating a wedding in a hospital. Video by Mary Katherine Wildeman/mwildeman@newsobserver.com
Jackie and Joe Platt have been together for 42 years, but never got married. On Wednesday, they chose to tie the knot, in part because Joe was recently diagnosed with a terminal respiratory illness. Lisa Koch, a WakeMed chaplain, presided over the marriage, her first time officiating a wedding in a hospital. Video by Mary Katherine Wildeman/mwildeman@newsobserver.com

Cary couple marries at WakeMed hospital after 42 years together

July 24, 2015 6:07 PM