Thomas Jarbo and Patience Elliott
Wilmington, Delaware, USA – Mr. Thomas Jarbo of Brooklyn, New York City weds Ms. Patience Elliott of the city of Newark, Delaware. The ceremony took place Friday, August 4, 2017 at the Clerk of the Peace’s Chambers in the city of Wilmington, Delaware in the presence family, friends and dignitaries.
Ms. Elliott was given away into marriage by her cousin, Mr. Ernest Kpan, a career financial services professional with Ernst & Young in Wilmington, Delaware. The Best man was Mr. Anthony Jaye, a mortgage banker with Wells Fargo Bank in Minnesota, son of River Gee County’s senior senator Honorable Matthew Jaye, and nephew of the groom.
In attendance at the wedding ceremony were friends and other family members, including Mr. Roger Buesmail, a security specialist and human services professional in the state of Delaware, and Mr. Jones Nhinson Williams, head of the state of Maryland’s Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Mr. Jarbo is a Liberian citizen from River Gee County and Ms. Patience Elliott is a Liberian citizen from Hoffman Station in Maryland County, Liberia.
Jarbo is a construction specialist in New York City and Patience works in human services in Delaware.
The state’s officiating officer told the couple about the expectation of marriage, saying marriage is the beginning—the beginning of the family—and is a life-long commitment It also provides an opportunity to grow in selflessness as you serve your wife and children. Marriage is more than a physical union; it is also a spiritual and emotional union.
The officiating officer told the couple that marriage was created by God to be the channel through which a married woman and man can be able to extend their emotions, ideas and moral behavior from themselves into their family, universe, environment and community that they live in.
According to the agency’s website, the Clerk of the Peace’s chambers oversees the issuance of marriage licenses at the New Castle County Marriage Bureau. It also performs ceremonies in the office and offers name change kits.
In addition to performing ceremonies, the Clerk of the Peace also pays special tribute to couples celebrating their anniversaries by reaffirming and renewing their vows. Unique heirloom certificates are available for commemorating the occasion. The current Clerk of the Peace is Honorable Kenneth W. Boulden Jr.
Couples getting married in New Castle County are usually encouraged to make certain that the person performing their wedding ceremony is authorized to do so.
The couple plans to celebrate their unique occasion with friends and family tomorrow in a grand festivity in Newark, Delaware.