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Bob loved his family: wife Virginia (Ginny), sons Robert and Douglas, their wives Vera and Lori, his grandchildren Sofia, Jasmina, Ethan, Emily and godson Gary Meyer.
Karl Lagerfeld emerged from the rock formations to close out the show with his young godson Hudson Kroeing by his side.
Victor, who had no children of her own, was eventually able to bring her godson and nephew in Haiti to the United States with her.
Platt is the godson of Marcellus Hartley Dodge, husband of philanthropist Geraldine Rockfeller Dodge, who deeded the magnificent Hartley Dodge Memorial building in 1935 to be used as Madison's municipal hall and courthouse.
In 2015, Jennifer Wright wrote an article for Town & Country about attending the wedding of her friend Katalina Sharkey De Solis to Ashley Hicks, Prince Philip’s godson.
With several top-flight backing musicians — including guitarist-singer Simon Townshend (Pete’s younger brother); bassist Pino Palladino; and drummer Zak Starkey, son of Ringo and godson of the late, great Keith Moon –
Brandes ran for her late nephew and godson, Zack Stogenson, who lost his battle to overcome drug addiction, and for Lutheran Social Services of Illinois, whose Elgin treatment center has had to curtail some services for financial reasons.
In the clip, Marley -- Bob Marley's godson -- performs on a beautiful beach, embodying a pacifist spirit through various actions such as cutting a heart in a chain link fence and planting rifles in the sand with roses placed in the barrels.
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before 12th century
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