He eventually asked her out on a date, and learned the reason behind Ms. Her mother had been diagnosed with an aggressive Stage 4 cancer. Some fans, he recalled, gave him a “real boost” and “a lot of points for the first date.”“I remember an Australian couple knew Max’s band, and recognized him,” she said. The groom’s mother is an accounting consultant at Ultrafabrics, a manufacturer in Tarrytown, N. She is also the specialist in alternatives to incarceration, and he also supervises and trains new lawyers. Mc Neil, 33, graduated from Columbia and received a law degree from N.
Convinced that her life as a caregiver of a dying parent was too chaotic to impose on anyone else, Ms. They began seeing each other on weekends (he skipped a fall band tour to take five math classes to finish up at N. U.), and in November she attended a show for the first time as his girlfriend at Death by Audio, a club formerly in Brooklyn, and met his bandmates and friends.
Norm Dito, a deputy marriage commissioner, officiated. Yu, a cousin of the bride, led the couple in their vows, with Jeff Parsons, a brother of the groom, participating at El Fenn, a private riad in Marrakesh, Morocco. Pang, 35, is a senior creative director of concept and storytelling at Old Navy, a fashion retail company based in San Francisco. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and received a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia. Her mother retired as the owner and an instructor at a Kumon learning center in Warm Springs, Calif. Parsons, also 35, works in San Francisco as a postdoctoral research fellow focusing on scientific and clinical studies of visual processing at the Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute. The couple, who both grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, met in 2016 through the League dating app. They maintained a long-distance relationship for the next two years, during which they met up in places including Madagascar; Reykjavik, Iceland; Shanghai; and Paris. She graduated from Cornell, and received both a law degree and a master’s degree in urban planning from Michigan. Choike was also there, on a clinical law fellowship. U., from which she also received a master’s degree in real estate. Kelly Ann Mc Campbell and David John Boyajian were married June 29 at the Chapel of St. The groom, 30, is an associate specializing in litigation at Duane Morris, a law firm in Philadelphia. The groom’s mother retired as a kindergarten teacher at George Walton Academy, a private school in Monroe, Ga. Her father, who is retired, was a producer for CBS News and “CBS Sunday Morning” and her mother, who is also retired, was an executive producer for the “CBS Evening News,” both in Manhattan.
were married June 30 at the Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Shih, 26, is an account manager in New York for Amazon Advertising. He graduated cum laude from Georgetown and received a master’s degree in music business from N. He is a son of Heakyung Baek and Hanyoung Baek of Fort Lee, N. The couple met in 2014 at the Manhattan Cornerstone Presbyterian Church. She graduated with highest honors from the University of Texas and received a medical degree with distinction from the Chicago Medical School. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and received a Ph. in chemistry from the California Institute of Technology. Louisa Kathryn Ferguson and Lukasz Mosakowski were married June 27 at City Hall in Brooklyn. On July 5, the couple will take part in an outdoor celebration ceremony at Lazienki Palace, a park in Warsaw. The groom, also 29, is a group product manager for Planning Care at Oscar Health Insurance in Manhattan.
“I was either looking for food, or loading out our gear.”In early September, she did not escape his notice when they ended up hanging out with mutual friends at the Johnson’s, a bar in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The groom’s parents both work at the University of Wisconsin Madison School of Medicine and Public Health. Lillian Cunningham and Jim Tankersley were married June 24 at Theodore Roosevelt County Park in Montauk, N. The couple met at Princeton, from which they graduated, the bride magna cum laude. He is the son of Elżbieta Maksymiuk and Paweł Mosakowski of Manhasset, N. The groom’s mother works as the head of risk at Athanor Capital, a Manhattan-based hedge fund.
The next spring she accompanied Parquet Courts to the Coachella festival in Indio, Calif.
The couple met in 2011 at Gettysburg College, from which each graduated, he cum laude. The bride, 33, owns a wedding and events production company in New York that bears her name. The groom, 31, works in enterprise account management for financial services at Microsoft’s New York headquarters. The groom’s mother is a senior partner in Dunn Cox, a Kingston law firm.
The bride, 27, is the upper school guidance counselor at Princeton Day School, a private school in Princeton, N. She received a master’s degree in social work from the University of Pennsylvania. The groom’s mother is a banking officer in business banking at Firstrust Bank in Conshohocken, Pa. The bride is a descendant of Abraham Clark, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. In 20, the groom served as an aide during the campaigns of the Republican presidential nominees, Senator John Mc Cain and Mitt Romney, now a senator from Utah. She graduated magna cum laude from Gettysburg College. He graduated from Lehigh University and received an M. A collector of fine art, she also sits on the board of the National Gallery of Jamaica. in educational leadership and policy at the University of Virginia, from which she graduated and also received a master’s of education in secondary English curriculum and instruction. Her mother retired as a steel-parts buyer in the Pontiac, Mich., purchasing division of General Motors, the automobile company. Rauterberg, 34, is also an author of “The New Stock Market: Law, Economics and Policy” (Columbia University Press, 2019). Becci Sharpe, a registrar in Saxmundham for the Suffolk County Council, officiated. The groom’s mother is a letter carrier, in Oneida, for the United States Postal Service. The bride’s father, who works in Manhattan, is the chairman of the bankruptcy department at Lowenstein Sandler, a corporate law firm with offices in Palo Alto, Calif.; Washington; and Roseland, N. He is also the chairman of the New York City Opera, a member of the Lincoln Center Business Council and a board member of RWJ Barnabas Health. Singer, 34, is a procurement analyst at Unilever, the Anglo-Dutch consumer products company in Englewood Cliffs, N. He served in the Army from 2011 to 2015, deploying to South Korea during that time and attaining the rank of captain. He graduated from Emory University and received a law degree from South Texas College of Law in Houston. His father, who is retired, was an oral and maxillofacial surgeon in Monroe, N. The bride, 29, is a senior consultant in New York at Deloitte Consulting, where she works with national security clients. The couple met in 2016 through the dating app Tinder. John Nelson, a minister of the Federation of Christian Ministries, officiated at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. The groom, 34, works in Manhattan as the chief investment officer for Inclusive Prosperity Capital, a clean energy finance investment fund with offices in Stamford, Conn., and Rocky Hill, Conn. He graduated from the University of Toronto, and received a law degree from Yale. On June 29, the couple took part in a celebration ceremony, also at Sibton Park. His father is a corrections officer at Mohawk Correctional Facility, a state prison in Rome, N. Her mother is a retired teacher who taught first grade at Grandview Elementary School in North Caldwell, N. He is the son of Lea Tatar and Robert Singer, both of Houston. The groom’s mother is a project director in the endocrine neoplasia department at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. in computer science from the University of California, Berkeley. She graduated from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va. Sarah Keyes Holmes and Christopher Paul Magalhaes were married June 28. The bride, 32, who is known as Sally, is the digital director of Marie Claire magazine in Manhattan. Her mother, who is retired, was a British diplomat in Washington, who also served as an attaché at the British Embassy in Beijing. Shih, 41, is the senior vice president for business development at Teads, a global media platform based in New York. He graduated from Wesleyan University and received a law degree from Columbia. Barczi, a Presbyterian minister who is a college friend of the groom, officiated. Cunningham, 35, is a journalist at The Washington Post, where she has created and hosted several podcasts on American history, including “Moonrise,” “Presidential” and “Constitutional.” She graduated with general honors from the University of Chicago, and received a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern. In August, she is to begin a fellowship in pain medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. The bride’s mother is a computer programmer for Molex, which makes connectors for electrical and fiber optic equipment based in Lisle, Ill. Fong, 32, is a research scientist for SRI International, a technology incubator in Menlo Park, Calif. The couple met in 2012 through Ok Cupid in Los Angeles. He is also a professor emeritus of political science at the University of Massachusetts Boston. She is the daughter of Alison Kraisinger and Jerome J. The bride’s father is the senior vice president, general counsel and secretary at Avendra, a business management consulting firm in Rockville, Md. She is the daughter of Ok Mi Kim and Ui Won Lee of Auburn, Wash. Baek, 32, is a vice president for legal and compliance at the Blackstone Group, a private equity and financial services firm in Manhattan. Their first date was at Teddy and the Bully Bar, a Theodore Roosevelt-themed restaurant in Washington. Norman Alexander, a Universal Life minister, officiated. Ding, 30, recently completed an anesthesiology residency at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York, where she was selected as a chief resident. The bride’s father works in Beijing as a business development executive at Sense Time, a computer vision and artificial intelligence technology company based in Hong Kong. His father was a chef at Big 3 Seafood Restaurant in Alhambra, Calif. Her father is the director of research and a member of the advisory board for the Institute for New Economic Thinking in Manhattan. Sir Nigel Carrington, the bride’s uncle, led the ceremony. His father is a lawyer in private practice, also in Houston.