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  • Hospice patient marries longtime girlfriend: "The vows mean everything"

    Joe McNally, currently under hospice care for stage three multiple myeloma, married his girlfriend of four years, Lee Altizer, on Saturday afternoon at the Faith Memorial Baptist Church on St. Helena Island with a little help from his hospice caregivers. Reporter: Delayna Earley The (Hilton Head) Island Packet

Joe McNally, currently under hospice care for stage three multiple myeloma, married his girlfriend of four years, Lee Altizer, on Saturday afternoon at the Faith Memorial Baptist Church on St. Helena Island with a little help from his hospice caregivers. Reporter: Delayna Earley The (Hilton Head) Island Packet
Joe McNally, currently under hospice care for stage three multiple myeloma, married his girlfriend of four years, Lee Altizer, on Saturday afternoon at the Faith Memorial Baptist Church on St. Helena Island with a little help from his hospice caregivers. Reporter: Delayna Earley The (Hilton Head) Island Packet

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