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“We’re here to meet the spiritual needs of patients and staff here at the hospital,” Schwartz said. “We get requests for weddings every once in awhile and they’re always special events.” Steve Feuz said he started to experience lower back pain in November. Initially, he thought it was just old age, but when the pain didn’t go away, he went to his doctor. After tests he learned he had cancer. The couple decided that instead of waiting to get married in the summer they would do it this week. Initially they hoped to have the ceremony in Steve’s hospital room and maybe decorate with a few balloons, but the event turned out to be far more complete than they had imagined. Family members from out of state were also able to attend. Shortly after 3 p.m., Sydne walked down the aisle to the front of the chapel where Steve was waiting in his wheelchair. Family members had decorated the back of the chair with a “Just Married” sign. After they exchanged rings and kissed, Schwartz became the first to introduce Mr. and Mrs.
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