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But a mere two days after she’d been admitted, Lisa had simply slipped too far away.
The conclusion that an exchange of vows was not possible seemed as devastating to the nurses and other of the wing’s staffers as to Lisa’s sister, Jennifer Raggio, and brother, Bradley Bencze, and the dozen or so other family members and friends encamped there.
Her fiancé didn’t leave her side as she set off to consult with doctors as far away as San Diego and undertook aggressive therapies. As she fought for her life, Lisa held tightly her resolve to marry Matt.“I have a gorgeous diamond on my finger.
Her father recalls “test after test, chemo treatments and a regimen of drugs that required a small travel case to tote the 30 bottles or more” of medications. She told Sweet of her illness and that she couldn’t be certain that she and Matt could marry on Sept. Remembers Sweet, “She said, ‘I don’t know if I’m going to be married on that date because I have to take care of this first.’”Sweet told Lisa, “No. That is your date.”The owner of the wedding venue then declared to the ailing bride-to-be that once she beat the cancer she and Matt would come there to Petaluma Hill Road and have “the best goddamn wedding, for free! Given to me by the world’s most perfect guy,” she posted to Facebook on March 1.“A true fairytale love,” she continued.
She offered to file the necessary marriage documents and to be at-ready around the clock to come to the hospital and conduct the ceremony.––––––THAT FIRST SATURDAY of April, all was ready for a wedding in Sutter Hospital Room 2119.I know that day will come and I can almost feel the sun on my face just thinking about it ... I can’t wait for cocktails.” ––––––A MONTH LATER, on April 4, Lisa’s condition worsened and her pain increased so much that she was admitted to Sutter’s Santa Rosa hospital.She and Matt had to accept that there would be no wedding in the garden, but they were determined to be married — right there in Room 2119 of the hospital’s Vineyard View wing. It would be a far simpler wedding than originally planned, but even so there was much to be done.GOFUNDME Paula Zamora's family has set up a Go Fund Me. The YWCA also offers domestic violence therapy and operates a safe house for victims and a therapeutic preschool program.“We answer thousands of calls every year for people seeking our services,” said Madeleine Keegan O’Connell, CEO of YWCA Sonoma County.