Ezel facing general court martial

Published: Thursday, August 22, 2013 at 06:58 PM.

“It saddens me when an event such as a wedding is supposed to be a happy and joyous time, that it has been turned into something sad for everyone involved and it’s a shame,” Geddings said. “This should be a happy time and I hate that my winners, county directors and other Operation Marry Me Military vendors have had to be affected by this.”

Geddings said that she is praying for everyone involved in this “unfortunate” situation. Additional changes will be made to the current applications, asking whether applicants have been convicted of a felony, are facing pending criminal charges and if they are in good standing with the military.

“We have revised the application to ensure that this will never happen again,” Geddings said.

Operation Marry Me Military is now searching for a new couple to win a Nov. 11, wedding.

“We have got vendors who are lined up and ready to give. We have got a director who has been working on this since Nov. 12 of 2012 last year and we are ready, willing and wanting to continue to give back to those who give their all,” she said.

For information or an application, email operationmmm@gmail.com.

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