Dying wish to attend daughter's wedding fulfilled

Mr Goh, who was diagnosed with end-stage pancreatic cancer around Christmas last year, witnessing his daughter's solemnisation in February. His family, medical team and charity Ambulance Wish Singapore worked together to fulfil his dying wish of atte
Mr Goh, who was diagnosed with end-stage pancreatic cancer around Christmas last year, witnessing his daughter's solemnisation in February. His family, medical team and charity Ambulance Wish Singapore worked together to fulfil his dying wish of attending her wedding. Two days after her nuptials, he died, aged 72. PHOTO: AMBULANCE WISH SINGAPORE
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Mr Goh's dying wish was to attend his only daughter's wedding.

His family, his medical team and Ambulance Wish Singapore, a new charity that fulfils the final wishes of terminally ill patients, worked together to make it come true.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 30, 2020, with the headline Dying wish to attend daughter's wedding fulfilled. Subscribe