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A quiet wedding

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Michael Schiavo, whose late wife, Terri, was the focus of a bitter public battle over when to end life-support, was remarried last week. Michael and his new wife, Jodi Centonze, began dating years after Terri collapsed and suffered irreversible brain damage in 1990. Michael and Centonze, who have two children together, were engaged for five years as Michael sought to have Terri’s feeding tube removed. Her parents fought fiercely to keep her alive, and the U.S. Congress tried to intervene on their side. But the courts backed Michael, and Terri died in March after the tube was removed. Michael’s relatives said they kept the date and location of the service secret to avoid a media circus.

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