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(KSL News) For 25 years there's been some debate about whether or not a Salt Lake man actually asked his wife to marry him.
After this morning's High 5, there is no doubt.
Mark Rimmasch sent us an email saying when he proposed to his wife Sylvia, he may have forgotten to say the actual words "Will you marry me?" He thought our High 5 segment would be a perfect way to help remedy that.
Mark Rimmasch, re-proposed to his wife: "Well, Sylvi, 24 years ago there's some speculation whether I actually said the words, 'Will you marry me?' But after 25 years, four wonderful kids, and just some wonderful experiences I will cherish forever. Will you marry me?"
Sylvia Rimmasch: "Yes."
Sylvia Rimmasch, accepted husband's re-proposal: "Oh this is amazing. Your segment has wonderful people, and I'm just me. This is amazing."
Coco Warner, Eyewitness News: "Do you want to give him an answer?"
Sylvia Rimmasch: "Oh yeah. I thought I said yes. Or maybe I should wait 25 years."
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