Bride-to-be poses for heartbreaking wedding photos to honor tragic fiancé

Bride-to-be poses for heartbreaking wedding photos to honor tragic fiancé

Jessica Padgett had dreamed of the day she would say "I do" to her fiance Kendall Murphy, but her dreams were shattered on November 10, 2017, when an alleged drunk driver struck the volunteer firefighter while he was helping a crash victim.

Wearing her wedding dress and accompanied by friends and family who would have been at the ceremony, she posed for photos at the grave of firefighter Kendall Murphy.

WTHR has the full report. She held in her hands Murphy's boots that he wore everyday, while Murphy was edited into the picture to look as if he were standing right next to her. Murphy was killed by an alleged drunk driver in November 2017 while helping a auto crash victim. "It means you had someone special in your life, someone worth missing", read the post on the Loving Life Photography Facebook page. It was gathered that he parked before getting out, and heading to the car's back door to retrieve his protective clothing.

Credit: Daviess County Sheriff Dept. In pictures she posted on October 7, Padgett and her loved ones can be seen wearing matching red shirts that had "Kendall Murphy" printed on the front.

Paying tribute, the National Fallen Firefighters Association described Kendall as "a selfless man of God who loved spending time with family and friends".

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They added: 'He had a true servant's heart and captivating personality that would light up any room. He didn't know a stranger.

Jessica was supported by people who would have been at the wedding including her maid of honour and Kendall's best man who both gave speeches at the grave.

"What a emotional, wonderful weekend this was!"

Blake was arrested and charged with with "causing death while operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content of.15 or more", although the case has not yet been set for trial.

My heart breaks for you Jessica Padgett.

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