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Baltimore Ravens Daniel Wilcox Private Wedding

Posted by TSUE on June 17, 2008

Baltimore Ravens Daniel Wilcox Private Wedding

On Saturday, June the 28th of 2008, the 50 yard line at Raven’s Stadium will host its first wedding, a fairytale ceremony between NFL player Daniel Wilcox of the Baltimore Ravens and Shauna Chin, a former Ms. Belize of NY.

 

Daniel is the first Ravens player ever to get married at M&T Bank Stadium and this enchanting couple will be the first ever to be wed on the field. Along with family and friends, attendees of this grand event will consist of local and national celebrities. The three hundred guests attending will be charmed as they witness the bride’s entrance onto the field in a horse drawn Cinderella carriage. The carriage will place Shauna at the end of the aisle in a stunning Pnina Tornai original couture gown.

 

Daniel will stand at the alter in a hand-stitched tailored one-of-a-kind tuxedo created by New York designer Devon Scott. The couple will be serenaded with a live duet by Jonathan Nelson & Juanita Contee from the gospel group Purpose.

 

The ceremony will be officiated by Pastor Jamal Harrison Bryant, senior pastor of the Empowerment Temple and host of the ‘Power of Life’, an international broadcast.

Exuding the values that Shauna and Daniel hold dear: respect and pride in family and culture, the couple plan to host an entire weekend of celebrations combining their two families of Southern American & Belizeantradition as one:

Baltimore Ravens Daniel Wilcox Private Wedding

Baltimore Ravens Daniel Wilcox Private Wedding

About Daniel Wilcox

Daniel Wilcox is an 8th year tight end/utility player going into his 5th year as a Baltimore Raven. Born and raised in Decatur, Georgia Daniel lived a modest young life. Wilcox attended Georgia Military Academy & Appalachian State University.

 

Daniel founded his Empowerment M.I.N.D.S.(Motivating and Inspiring Neighborhoods Determined to Succeed) Foundation in 2005. This man, Daniel Wilcox possesses a true gift of ‘giving’. Commended with various awards, he has proven to be one of the most active Ravens in the community. Through his generosity, motivational speaking and personable demeanor he has won the heart of Baltimore city.

 

Some of the charitable work done by Daniel and his foundation include the following:

 

  • Akeelah & The Bee’ Movie Screening
  • 800 Baltimore city middle students were hosted at the Senator Theatre for a pre-screening of the movie ‘Akeelah & The Bee’
  • USO Support Our Troops Tour
  • Daniel participated in the USO Tour visiting Afghanistan and Qatar. He toured 10 different US Military Installations in support of the troops. He delivered phone cards and postal stamps to the soldiers to help them stay in touch with their families.
  • September 11th 2001 Attacks volunteer work
  • As a member of the New York Jets Daniel volunteered during the time of 9-11. Alongside firemen, police officers and other city officials he passed out food to families in need and aided in setting up shelter for the victims and their families. He also gave his time in consoling the families of the victims and providing a listening ear.
  • Aiding Area Schools
  • Book drive donations partnered with Borders & Waldenbooks
  • Homeroom Huddle Program @ Thurgood Marshall High School
  • SAT prep help
  • Raven’s RISE offering life lessons to high school age children
  • Christmas Shopping with underprivileged kids
  • Habitat for Humanity at area schools
  • Partnered with PAL for several different programs
  • Upon completion of a 40 hour online tutoring program each student was given a personal computer
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