Former Sen. Harris Wofford, 90, is set to marry a man at the end of this month, 20 years after the death of his wife.
In a column written in The New York Times, the former Pennsylvania senator wrote that after his wife died when he was 70, he didn’t expect to fall in love again and remarry.
After the death of his wife, he wrote he “felt grateful to be alive, lucky to have many friends and family members, and glad for a challenging assignment from President Clinton involving national service” . . .
At the end of this month, Wofford and Charlton, ages 90 and 40, will “join hands, vowing to be bound together.”
Wofford served as special assistant for civil rights to former President John F. Kennedy and adviser to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (Read more from “Former U.S. Senator, 90, Marrying a MAN 20 Years After Wife’s Death” HERE)