In 2008, Belle and Ray Breakey of Bellingham went through a marriage ceremony a second time because Belle had Alzheimer's disease and no longer recognized her husband of 61 years. Her marriage to the "other Raymond' put her mind at ease so she could continue to live with her husband.
In 2008, Belle and Ray Breakey of Bellingham went through a marriage ceremony a second time because Belle had Alzheimer's disease and no longer recognized her husband of 61 years. Her marriage to the "other Raymond' put her mind at ease so she could continue to live with her husband. Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
In 2008, Belle and Ray Breakey of Bellingham went through a marriage ceremony a second time because Belle had Alzheimer's disease and no longer recognized her husband of 61 years. Her marriage to the "other Raymond' put her mind at ease so she could continue to live with her husband. Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Love in the age of Alzheimer's: Ray and Belle married anew

February 19, 2013 02:45 AM

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