Anthony “Scooter” Hightower, also known as the groom, is a kind and kind giant, and Terri is his stunningly gorgeous mother.
Additionally, their sweet moments spent together on the dance floor during his wedding will leave you with a warm and fuzzy feeling in your chest.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), often known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a progressive neurodegenerative condition that affects nerve cells in both the brain and the spinal cord and may lead patients to lose the capacity to eat, talk, move, and even breathe on their own.
Anthony “Scooter” Hightower pays the deepest possible tribute to his mother in the video that was shared by Terri’s family following her passing. He does it in the most loving manner possible.
A mother-son dance is a tradition that the groom often includes in his wedding receptions as a way to show his appreciation for his mother.
Scooter brings his mother to the center of the dance floor on his wheeled skateboard and is able to extricate his elderly mother from the wheelchair with the assistance of his father, and he cradles her in his arms.
Scooter moves gently to the music, securely holding his mother and sobbing on her shoulder at the same time.
Ten days after the wedding, she passed away at the age of 59, having successfully brought up a decent guy.
This video was given by Terri’s family in the hopes that it may educate others about condition (ALS).