Woman married a few hours before succumbing to cancer

Woman married a few hours before succumbing to cancer

Woman married a few hours before succumbing to cancer

As Heather's cancer spread their wedding plans did not falter, and they remained committed to tying the knot.

They were supposed to marry on December 30 but her doctors told David that he should move it up. "She struggled with her cancer through the traditional chemotherapy".

The two had met at a swing dance group in Hartford, Connecticut, and quickly became friends before dating. After that, they were inseparable, according to Mosher.

On December 23, 2016, school psychologist Heather Lindsay was diagnosed with the breast cancer that would eventually take her life.

"She's getting to shout from the rooftops that she loves Dave and is able to say I'm his wife", Karas told WFSB.

'A pair of draft horses, a carriage, and I arranged it all for that night. "We went out on the carriage ride and I proposed to her under a street light", Mosher said.

Five days later, the diagnosis was triple negative, one of the most aggressive forms of breast cancer.

Heather Mosher exulted during her wedding to her husband, David, only 18 hours before dying from cancer.

David Mosher said some of his wife's final words were her vows.

"She proved them all wrong and that's what that photo says to me". "Anyone else would have given up a long time ago. The doctors even said 'we don't know how she's still here, '" David Mosher said.

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Surrounded by family and friends, with bridesmaid, friend and photographer Christina Karas capturing the moment, the couple pledged to spend the rest of their lives together as the bride lay in her hospital bed. But Lindsay managed to put the dress on and made it to the hospital's chapel, where she and Mosher exchanged vows.

This past year would be the hardest, most heartbreaking year for David and Heather Mosher.

And the last words that Heather uttered, were her wedding vows.

It was a wedding filled with equal amounts of joy and sorrow.

"We were losing her as we were all standing there", said Karas.

"She was his great love and he was hers".

'It reminds me of someone who is crossing the finish line of a marathon or something, ' David said to WFSB. Although the news was heartbreaking, he decided to make the best of his time left with her. "She was able to fight until the end, I'm going to fight until my end". And while doctors thought she wouldn't make it past October, Heather's bravery and fighting spirit meant she battled to make it to her wedding day.

Her obituary reads:"A musical soul, she could often be found dancing, laughing and singing with her love and partner, Dave Mosher".

Bridesmaid Christina Karas loved photographing Heather, whom she called an "amazing person".

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