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“We wanted to give him the opportunity to share our love,” his son said. “Thanks to Charlotte Hall, we were able to celebrate our love once again.” Because Charles Frazier had trouble walking, instead of him walking the bride, Victoria pushed him in a wheelchair down the hallway leading to the banquet room. Frazier held a white handkerchief in his hands that his son had given him with Frazier’s name and his wife’s initials on it. “It was a beautiful, beautiful ceremony,” Michael said. About a dozen people attended the ceremony, but “it felt like hundreds because we had such a good time.” Wedding ceremonies are rare at the veterans home, according to Pamela Grzyb, Charlotte Hall’s director of assisted living. The Chan-Fraziers’ ceremony was the first one she knew of since she started working at the veterans home four years ago. Michael said his father moved from Glen Burnie to Charlotte Hall in July 2013 after his mother passed away the previous July. At the time, Charles also needed help and support after a knee surgery. It was not an easy transition for him, Michael said, adding that he felt blessed that his father has a good community at Charlotte Hall to take care of him.
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