Binded by their commitment to community services, Aida Correa and William Jackson met while working with the theatrical group Readers Theater, Girls, Inc., and World Camp. Since working closely together on several projects, William began to notice Aida’s sweet smile and caring attitude towards others. Following one of their World Camp activities, William popped the question and the couple became engaged in March of this year, right before the pandemic shut down the state of Florida. The two community servants recently exchanged vows on Saturday, December 12th led by Minister Joel Singleton, inside San Jose Church of Christ on the Southside. With 12 people in the wedding procession, the bride’s son and daughter celebrated with the couple as best man and maid of honor.
Following the wedding ceremony, the couple held a small reception with their close family members and friends. Aida is a native of Brooklyn, New York and has been living in Duval County since 1999. William, formally of Philadelphia, Pa, living in Jacksonville since 1987. Aida is a professor with Lenoir-Rhyne Equity & Diversity Institute at Lenoir Rhyne University. William is a 33-year teacher with Duval County Public Schools and Digital Evangelist with Let The Bible. When safe traveling is permitted, they pan to honeymoon in Puerto Rico. The couple plan on vacationing in Puerto Rico where the bride’s family is from when safe traveling is permitted. Shown is the couple readying for a bride and groom Christmas.