Brian Sogol and Scott Hillier
Brian Raymon Sogol and Scott Thompson Hillier met in November 2011 at a Harvard-Yale weekend a cappella concert in New Haven. The couple did not overlap at Yale — Mr. Sogol graduated in 2001, while Mr. Hillier did not arrive on campus until 2006 — but they both sang as underclassmen with the same a cappella group, Mixed Company, and then as seniors with the Whiffenpoofs, one of the country’s oldest and most celebrated collegiate a cappella groups.
They both arrived on campus with separate groups of friends for the 2011 Harvard-Yale football game. They were introduced at a Mixed Company concert the night before the game, then chatted again at a tailgate party the next day.
More than a year later, they were in contact again. In August 2012, Mr. Sogol was applying for a job at Mr. Hillier’s company, and he contacted him through LinkedIn for information. After several rounds of interviews — and failing to get the job — Mr. Sogol invited him to dinner to thank him for the help.
Neither Mr. Sogol nor Mr. Hillier went into the dinner, which took place in January 2013 in New York, thinking it was anything more than a courtesy. But it became clear to both by the second drink that it was, indeed, a date.
The pair saw each other every day since. Their relationship progressed quickly: They moved in together three months later. In February 2018, they became engaged.
Their relationship felt natural from Day 1. “We’re very different people in the world, but we’ve experienced a lot of the same things,” Mr. Hillier said.
As far as they know, they are the first Whiffenpoofs members to marry another Whiffenpoof. “We checked with the group elders and we believe we can make that claim — no other married couples can be identified,” Mr. Sogol said. “There have been many, many relationships among the group, long and short. But as far as we know, none have gotten married.”
Madeleine Evans and Charles Donner
Madeleine Laurelle Evans and Charles Raymond Donner met in 2016 through a dating app, the League, and had their first date in New York less than a week after their initial contact. It soon came out that both had fibbed a bit on their self-descriptions.
Their white lies involved tall matters. Ms. Evans is 6 feet tall and had said she was a mere 5- 11, while Mr. Donner shaved off a little more from his height.
“I had decided in my head that 6-foot-6 is the maximum desirable height, so that’s what I had listed on the League,” he said. “Though I’m a bit closer to 6-foot-8, I typically call myself 6-foot-7.”
Mr. Donner had a little experience with the online dating world, and was sensitive to height-shaming memes, he said. “I just sort of assumed that there was like a height at which it starts to get weird, and women would start to worry that I had gigantism or something,” he said. “I think women generally prefer taller men, but I sort of assumed that there was a limit to that.”
Ms. Evans had similar experiences in online dating with height being an issue. “Most men who say they are 6 feet are not 6 feet,” she said. So presenting herself as less than 6 feet, she said, might come across as “more appealing.”
After the two matched on the League, they quickly fell into texting regularly, but by the time it came out that each had not been entirely forthcoming about their true stature, they’d found other, more meaningful things that they had in common. Both volunteered for New York Cares, for example, and had for some time, so when they got together for the first time, six days after their initial contact, each saw much in the other.
“We had this incredibly effortless date, which just went on and on and on,” Mr. Donner said.
That first date was rapidly followed by more dates, and, within a few weeks, they were inseparable.
Jana Elfenbein, Andrew Porter
Jana Shorr Elfenbein and Andrew Flynn Porter were married on May 7. Norman H. Pentelovitch, the groom’s brother-in-law and a Universal Life minister, officiated at Casa de Monte Vista, an events space in Palm Springs, Calif.
Mrs. Porter, 30, works for Google in Austin, Tex. She is an associate lead managing a team of people who recruit sales staff for the company’s cloud business. She graduated from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa.
She is a daughter of Linda A. Elfenbein and Dr. Leslie R. Elfenbein of North Caldwell, N.J. The bride’s father is an endodontist in private practice in Clifton, N.J., and is also the director of both endodontics and specialty services at St. Joseph’s University Medical Center in Paterson, N.J. Her mother is a senior vice president for fiduciary services in the private bank, in New York, of HSBC, the British bank.
Mr. Porter, 34, is a senior sales director in Austin for Anheuser-Busch, the St. Louis brewing company. He is also a founding member of the Boxer Bowtie Club, an organization in New York that supports organizations that help children. He graduated from N.Y.U.
He is a son of Brian A. E. Porter of Westport, Conn., and the late Aleta Taylor Porter. The groom’s father is the director for corporate partnerships at Norwalk Hospital in Norwalk, Conn. The groom’s mother was the director of the St. Louis chapter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
The couple met in 2016 in New York through the dating app Bumble.
Audra Boltion, Michael Ortiz
Audra Latrice Boltion and Michael Vincent Ortiz were married May 11 at St. Frances Cabrini Roman Catholic Church in Brooklyn. The Rev. Guy Sbordone performed the ceremony.
Ms. Boltion, 46, is the president of the Boltion Group Public Relations, which specializes in entertainment, brand management and book publishing; it is based in Brooklyn. She graduated from Marymount Manhattan College.
She is the daughter of Radiance B. Leslie of North Miami, Fla., and Larry S. Smith of Ozone Park, Queens.
Mr. Ortiz, 36, is an adjunct professor of sociology at Hostos Community College in the Bronx and Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn. Michael graduated from the College of Staten Island and received a master’s degree in sociology from Brooklyn College.
He is the son of Valerie P. Graziano of Staten Island, and Victor Ortiz of Levittown, N.Y.
The couple met in January 2013 at a speed dating event for interracial singles at MUG Lounge, which was in Manhattan. They went on their first date three days later and have been together ever since.
Bora Kim, Joshua Segel
Bora Kim and Joshua Baron Segel were married May 11 at Lovett Hall, an events space in Dearborn, Mich. Rabbi Daniel Horwitz officiated.
Ms. Kim, 28, is an associate at Perella Weinberg Partners, a financial services company in New York, where she focuses on private equity and venture capital investments. She graduated from Columbia.
She is a daughter of Weekyung Hwang and Shinsop Kim of Seoul, South Korea. The bride’s father is the founder and chief executive of Addval Capital, an investment management company in Seoul. Her mother was a stay-at-home parent.
Mr. Segel, 31, is a vice president in New York focusing on private equity investments at Allianz Capital Partners, the private equity arm of Allianz SE, a Munich-based insurance company. He graduated from the University of Michigan.
He is the son of Cathy P. Segel and Mark Y. Segel of West Bloomfield, Mich. The groom’s mother, who is retired, was a kindergarten teacher at Donelson Hills Elementary in Waterford, Mich. His father is an insurance agent in Detroit for Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance.
The couple met in 2012 when Ms. Kim was an intern in New York at Credit Suisse, a Swiss investment bank, where Mr. Segel was an analyst. They started dating in 2014.
Maria Newman, Bryan Fox
Maria Pickhardt Newman and Bryan Victor Fox were married May 11 in the garden of her parents’ home in Los Angeles. Tommy Newman, the bride’s brother who became a Universal Life Minister for the event, officiated.
Ms. Newman, 30, is the director of operations for Chani Nicholas, an astrology media company, in Santa Monica, Calif. She graduated from the University of Washington.
She is the daughter of Mary Pickhardt and Paul V. Newman of Los Angeles. The bride’s father is a freelance advertising content producer in Los Angeles. Her mother is an architect in Los Angeles specializing in historic preservation.
Mr. Fox, 28, is the lead video editor at FabFitFun, a consumer goods production company in Los Angeles. He graduated from N.Y.U.
He is a son of Jeannine S. Fox of Pasadena, Calif., and the late Steve L. Fox. The groom’s mother was a stay-at-home parent. His father was a vice president in Glendale, Calif., for Wolters Kluwer, an information services company based in Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands.
The couple met when they were in high school in 2007 and reconnected 10 years later when they were both living in Brooklyn.
Alexandra Schultz, Joshua Leibner
Alexandra Jordan Schultz and Dr. Joshua Daniel Leibner were married May 11 at Congregation B’nai Israel in Boca Raton, Fla. Cantor Carrie Brawer Barry officiated.
Ms. Schultz, 32, is an associate in the West Palm Beach, Fla., office of Cozen O’Connor, a Philadelphia law firm. She graduated magna cum laude from George Washington University and received a law degree from Tulane University.
She is the daughter of Roxane Schultz and Dr. Neil A. Schultz of Parkland, Fla. The bride’s father is a cardiologist in private practice in Margate, Fla. Her mother was a stay-at-home parent, and now manages her husband’s medical practice.
Dr. Leibner, 35, is a staff neurologist at Cleveland Clinic Martin Health, a community-based health care organization in Stuart, Fla. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania and received a medical degree from the University of Florida.
He is the son of Helen L. Leibner and David J. Leibner of Coral Springs, Fla. The groom’s mother was a stay-at-home parent. His father is an independent financial adviser in Coral Springs.
The bride and groom grew up in neighboring towns in South Florida, but did not meet until 2016. Their mothers, who had never met, were both longtime clients of the same hairdresser, who suggested that her clients’ children might be a match.
Miranda Means, Harmon Siegel
Miranda Dorothy Means and Harmon Matthew Siegel were married May 11 at Bond Chapel at the University of Chicago. Rabbi Edward van Voolen officiated.
The couple met at the University of Chicago, from which they graduated.
Ms. Means, 26, is a second-year associate in the New York office of Kirkland & Ellis, a law firm based in Chicago, where she focuses on copyright, trademark, art and internet law. She received a law degree, magna cum laude, from Harvard.
She is the daughter of Geneve E. Patterson-Means and David Means of Nyack, N.Y. The bride’s father is a writer in Nyack and a visiting associate professor of English at Vassar College. He won the Los Angeles Times book prize for fiction in 2000 and the O. Henry Prize in 2006 and 2011. Her mother is a fifth-grade teacher at Katonah Elementary School in Katonah, N.Y.
Mr. Siegel, 27, is a doctoral candidate in the history of art and architecture at Harvard.
He is a son of Deborah H. Frishman and Richard S. Siegel of Bedford Hills, N.Y. The groom’s mother was a lawyer and then stay-at-home parent. Until recently she volunteered as a court-appointed special advocate in White Plains at Westchester County Family Court. His father, who is retired, was the general counsel in Mount Kisco, N.Y., for TransUnion Interactive, the consumer subsidiary of TransUnion, the credit reporting agency based in Chicago.
Julia Bruss, Grady Campion
Julia Goleman Bruss and Grady Reeder Campion were married May 11. Russell R. Campion, an uncle of the groom, officiated at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Boston, having received permission from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Mrs. Campion, 29, is completing a master’s degree in social work at Columbia, and expects to receive it this month. She graduated from Colby College and received a master’s degree in education from Harvard.
She is the daughter of Judith Goleman and Neal H. Bruss of Brookline, Mass. The bride’s parents both work at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, her father as an associate professor of English and her mother as the faculty development director. The bride’s mother retired as an associate professor of English at the school.
Mr. Campion, also 29, is an associate at Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle, a New York law firm. He graduated from Oberlin College and received a law degree from Duke.
He is the son of Margaret McCarthy Campion and Dr. Edward W. Campion, who also live in Brookline. The groom’s mother retired as a school nurse at Brookline High School. His father, a geriatrician, is the executive editor and the online editor of The New England Journal of Medicine in Boston.
The couple met in 2003 in their first year at Brookline High School. After college, having found through social media that she was in Boston, he sent her a Facebook message asking her out. They had their first date in December 2011.
Jessica Schneider, Adam Harrison
Jessica Pauly Schneider and Adam Christopher Dunn Harrison were married May 11 at District Winery, a winery and restaurant in Washington. Matthew Pauly Petrich, a cousin of the bride who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated.
The bride, 39, is a justice correspondent in Washington for CNN. She graduated from Boston University and received a law degree from the University of Connecticut.
She is a daughter of Martha A. Pauly and Robert G. Schneider of Manchester, Conn.
The groom, 41, is a project manager in Arlington, Va., for John Moriarty & Associates, a construction management firm. He graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder and received a master’s degree in construction management with a focus on historic preservation at Michigan State University.
He is a son of Deborah Dunn Harrison of East Lansing, Mich., and the late Michael Harrison.
The couple met on the dating app Bumble in April 2017.
Zoe Latta, Riley O’Neill
Zoe Ruth Latta and Riley Joyce O’Neill were married May 11 at the See Canyon Hard Cider apple orchard in San Luis Obispo, Calif. Jay A. Latta, the bride’s father who became a deputy marriage commissioner for the day through the San Luis Obispo County clerk office, officiated.
Ms. Latta, 31, is a designer and co-founder of Eckhaus Latta, a clothing company based in New York and Los Angeles. She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design.
She is the daughter of Martha L. Orr and Mr. Latta of Santa Cruz, Calif. The bride’s father is a jewelry designer and works from his store, Latta Jewelry, in Capitola, Calif. Her mother, who is retired, was a nurse and educator for student heath services at Cabrillo College in Aptos, Calif.
Mr. O’Neill, 27, is an artist, primarily sculpting and creating three dimensional art. He graduated from N.Y.U.
He is a son of Barbara O’Neill Ferris and Steven P. O’Neill of Malibu, Calif. Both parents are lawyers focusing on municipal water agencies at Olivarez Madruga Lemieux O’Neill, a law firm in Los Angeles.
The couple met in 2015 while swimming in the Pacific.
Marie Rehg, Kenneth Notter III
Marie Celeste Rehg and Kenneth Edward Notter III were married May 11. Chandler S. Howell, a friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated at Brookside Golf and Country Club in Columbus, Ohio.
The bride and groom met at Harvard, from which each received a law degree.
Mrs. Notter, 27, is a law clerk for Judge Algenon L. Marbley of the United States District Court in Columbus. She graduated from Ohio State.
She is the daughter of Denise L. Rehg of Columbus and Michael T. Rehg of Chico, Calif. The bride’s father is the chairman of the management department in the business college at California State University, Chico. Her mother is the executive director of the Columbus Symphony.
Mr. Notter, 25, is a law clerk for Judge Jerome A. Holmes of the United States Court of Appeals in Denver, and has his chambers in Oklahoma City. The groom graduated from American University.
He is the son of Lisa L. Notter of Chicago and Mr. Notter Jr. of Grimsby, Ontario. The groom’s mother is the vice president for advancement at the Chicago Theological Seminary. His father is the general manager in Toronto of BearCom Canada, a two-way radio supplier. The groom is also a stepson of Kathy L. Notter.
Theresa Guo, Joon Suh
Dr. Theresa Wen Wen Guo and Joon Suh were married May 11 at the Hyatt Regency Cleveland at the Arcade, a hotel in Cleveland. The Rev. Che Kim, a Presbyterian minister, officiated.
Dr. Guo, 33, is completing her otolaryngology residency training at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. In July, she is to continue her training in treatment of head and neck cancer at the M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. She graduated from M.I.T. and received a medical degree from the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine.
She is a daughter of Dr. Shu-Jane Shen and Ten-Huei Guo of Lagrange, Ohio. The bride’s father, who is retired, was an engineer at NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland. Her mother is a radiologist at the Cleveland Clinic, a medical center in Cleveland.
Mr. Suh, 37, works in Washington as the chief of staff to Representative Lucy McBath, Democrat of Georgia. He previously served as a polling consultant for several political campaigns, including the 2008 presidential campaign of Barack Obama. He graduated from the University of Illinois and received an M.B.A. and a master’s degree in public policy from Auburn University.
He is the son of Suhyun P. Suh and Jingyo Suh of Auburn, Ala. His mother, who is retired, was a professor of counseling psychology at Auburn. His father is a professor of economics at Tuskegee University.
The couple met in 2016 through the online dating app Coffee Meets Bagel.
Mary Sisti, Adam Roszkowski
Mary Mercedes Sisti and Adam Jason Roszkowski were married May 11. Deacon Edward F. Jennings performed the ceremony at St. Catharine Roman Catholic Church in Spring Lake, N.J.
Mrs. Roszkowski, 27, is a sales lead in a consumer goods division of Johnson & Johnson, the consumer products company; her office is in Skillman, N.J. She graduated summa cum laude and received an M.B.A. from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.
She is a daughter of Mariane M. Sisti and John D. Sisti of Spring Lake. The bride’s father is a professional engineer and senior project executive at KMS Development Partners, a Philadelphia real estate developer; his office is in New Brunswick, N.J. Her mother offers dog-boarding services in Spring Lake.
Mr. Roszkowski, 29, is a stock research associate in the Princeton, N.J., office of Bloomberg, the business news service. He graduated magna cum laude and received an M.B.A. from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. The groom is also a chartered financial analyst.
He is a son of Susan Roszkowski and Mark H. Roszkowski of Wildwood Crest, N.J. The groom’s father is a certified public accountant and does financial planning in an office in Wildwood Crest that is managed by the groom’s mother.
The couple met in October 2015 on Bumble.
Emi Suzuki, Daniel Sutton
Emiko Catherine Suzuki and Daniel Shives Sutton were married May 11 at Hidden Pond, a resort in Kennebunkport, Me. Nicholas Fedewa, who was a law school classmate of the couple and became a Universal Life minister for the occasion, officiated.
The couple met in 2012 in Ann Arbor, Mich., at the University of Michigan Law School, from which they both received law degrees.
Ms. Suzuki, 30, who goes by Emi, is an assistant general counsel at Textron, a global aerospace and defense technologies conglomerate based in Providence, R.I. She graduated cum laude from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
The bride is a daughter of Kay Suzuki and David A. Suzuki of Honolulu. The bride’s father retired as the in-house counsel of the DFS Group, a duty-free retailer based in Hong Kong. The bride’s mother was a stay-at-home parent.
Ms. Suzuki is the great-great-granddaughter of Saburosuke Suzuki II, the founder of Ajinomoto of Japan, which produced the flavor enhancer monosodium glutamate.
Mr. Sutton, 32, is the deputy chief of policy for the Rhode Island attorney general’s office in Providence. He previously worked in Washington as the assistant to the associate director of national security programs in the White House Office of Management and Budget during the Obama administration. He graduated cum laude from Georgetown.
He is a son of Paula J. Shives of Winter Park, Fla., and David Sutton of Orlando, Fla. The groom’s mother is retired as the senior vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary of Darden Restaurants, a multibrand restaurant operator based in Orlando. She is the board chair of Lifespace Communities, a nonprofit organization that owns and operates senior living communities nationwide and is based in Des Moines. The groom’s father, who is retired, taught accounting at the University of Central Florida in Orlando.
Luisa Valle, Thomas Sugrue
Luisa Valle and Thomas Joseph Sugrue were married May 6 at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau. Tanya Litochevsky, a staff member of the city clerk’s office, officiated.
Ms. Valle, 47, is a doctoral candidate in art history at the City University of New York Graduate Center, and is also an adjunct professor of architectural history at City College, both in New York. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Maryland and received two master’s degrees in art history, also from CUNY.
She is the daughter of Patricia Konder Lins e Silva of Rio de Janeiro and the late Hedyl Valle Jr. The bride’s father, a newspaper reporter and a television journalist, was recognized for his coverage of corruption among soccer referees in 1968. Her mother is an owner and the pedagogical director of Escola Parque, a private school in Rio de Janeiro. The bride’s grandfather, Evandro Lins e Silva, was a founder of the Brazilian Socialist Party, and a justice in the Federal Supreme Court until 1969.
Mr. Sugrue, 56, is a professor of social and cultural analysis and of history at N.Y.U. The groom is the author of “The Origins of the Urban Crisis” (Princeton University Press, 1997) and other books. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and in 2013-14 was the president of the Urban History Association and the Social Science History Association. He graduated summa cum laude from Columbia and received a second bachelor’s degree, in history, from Cambridge University in England. He also received a master’s degree in history from Cambridge and a doctoral degree in history from Harvard.
The groom is the son of the late Sharon R. Sugrue and the late Thomas J. Sugrue, who lived in Detroit. The groom’s mother was a stay-at-home parent and had been a nurse at what was then known as Mount Carmel Hospital in Detroit. His father retired from the Custom Sales Company, a manufacturers’ representative for automotive parts suppliers in Huntington Woods, Mich.
The couple met in 2017 through the dating app Coffee Meets Bagel and had their first date in New York.
The bride’s previous marriage ended in divorce, as did the groom’s.
Tracy Williams, Andrew Durham
Tracy Maria Williams and Andrew Seth Durham were married May 11 at the Rivermill Event Center in Columbus, Ga. Judge Gil McBride, chief judge for the Chattahoochee Judicial Circuit and friend of the bride’s family, officiated at a ceremony that incorporated Vietnamese wedding traditions.
Ms. Williams, 28, is an assistant district attorney at the Bronx district attorney’s office. She graduated from Emory University in Atlanta with highest honors and received a law degree from Boston University.
The bride is the daughter of Tam T. Williams and Ellis L. Williams of White Plains. Her father, who is retired, retired from the Army in 1985; he achieved the rank of first sergeant and served in the Vietnam War. He was last stationed at Fort Benning, in Georgia, where he worked for the Civilian Service as a logistics management specialist and military training instructor. The bride’s mother, who is also retired, worked for the Civilian Service, managing uniform alterations and logistics at Fort Benning. She then started Evett’s, a dry cleaning and alterations company based in Hamilton, Ga.
Mr. Durham, 33, is an assistant district attorney at the Brooklyn district attorney’s office. He graduated magna cum laude from the College of Charleston in Charleston, S.C., and received a master’s degree in Latin American and Caribbean studies from N.Y.U. He received a law degree, magna cum laude, from Tulane.
The groom is a son of Gail M. Durham and Anthony Durham of Taylors, S.C. His mother is a registered nurse and progressive care certified nurse in the Prisma Health Upstate Network in Greenville, S.C. The groom’s father is a project manager for InCompliance, a construction company based in Wellford, S.C.
The couple met in 2015 while interning at the Manhattan district attorney’s office.
Maria Malvar, Benjamin Kramer-Eisenbud
Maria Elena Malvar and Benjamin Kramer-Eisenbud were married May 11 at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach. Mark Cohen, a supervising judge in the court of claims in Suffolk County, N.Y., officiated.
Ms. Malvar, 31, is the principal court attorney for Judge Gia L. Morris of the Queens Criminal Court. She graduated cum laude from Georgetown and received a law degree from George Washington University.
She is a daughter of Maria Elena Malvar of Miami and the late Francisco J. Malvar Jr. The bride’s mother is a teacher and trainer in Miami for the Miami-Dade County Public Schools, where she does workshops with parents on how to navigate the school system. The bride’s father was an electrical engineer in Miami working as the director of construction for Miami Dade College.
Mr. Kramer-Eisenbud, 34, is an assistant district attorney for Queens County in the Economic and Environmental Crimes Bureau. He graduated from Emory University and received a law degree from Brooklyn Law School.
He is a son of Lynne Adair Kramer and Frederick Eisenbud of Fort Salonga, N.Y. The groom’s mother is an adjunct professor at Touro Law School and the director of the school’s court observation program. The groom’s father is a general counsel in Ronkonkoma, N.Y., to the law firm Campolo, Middleton and McCormick, where he also serves as the chair of the environmental and land use practice group.
The couple met in 2012 in the domestic violence courtroom in Queens Criminal Court, where they were opposing counsel on a case. They started dating in 2013.
Nora Granville, Jesse Edgerton
Nora Link Granville and Jesse James Edgerton were married May 11 at Glasshouses, an events space in New York. Peter H. Granville, the bride’s brother who was ordained by the American Marriage Ministries, officiated.
Ms. Granville, 33, is a vice president for risk evaluation at Cerberus Capital Management in New York. She graduated from the University of Chicago and received a master’s degree in statistics from Columbia.
She is a daughter of Julie R. Granville and Kevin J. Granville of London. The bride’s father is the Europe business editor in London for The New York Times. Her mother retired in February as a senior library assistant at the main library of the Sussex County library system, in Newton, N.J.
Mr. Edgerton, 38, is a senior economist and executive director for global economic and policy research in the investment banking unit of JPMorgan Chase, in New York. He graduated with distinction from Stanford and received a doctoral degree in economics from M.I.T.
He is the son of Alison H. Edgerton and David E. Edgerton of Backus, Minn. The groom’s mother retired as the technical services manager, in Pine River, Minn., for the Kitchigami Regional Library System. His father retired as a computer programmer in Backus for Rosen’s Diversified, an agricultural supplier in Fairmont, Minn.
The couple met on Tinder in December 2015, and had their first date in New York.
Lindsey Kelleher, Zachary Herlands
Lindsey Elisabeth Kelleher and Zachary Eric Herlands were married May 11 at the Hudson Opera House in Hudson, N.Y. Samantha J. Yantko, a friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated.
Mrs. Herlands, 31, is a human resources generalist at Etsy, the online marketplace, and works in Brooklyn. She graduated from Wesleyan University.
She is a daughter of Janet Ford Kelleher and Dennis J. Kelleher of Needham, Mass. The bride’s father retired as a vice president at what was then the Bank of Boston in Boston. Her mother was a computer programmer for Shawmut Bank, also in Boston, and then was a stay-at-home parent.
Mr. Herlands, 34, is a staff lawyer in Manhattan for the National Labor Relations Board, which enforces federal labor laws. He graduated from Cornell and received a law degree from Tulane.
He is a son of Susan Hodin Herlands and Scott A. Herlands of Clarks Summit, Pa. The groom’s mother is an owner and the president of My Mother’s Delicacies, a wholesale bakery in Scranton, Pa., that specializes in rugelach. The groom’s father is a partner in Herlands & Levine Law Firm, which has offices in Scranton and Carbondale, Pa.
The couple met in 2015 through the dating app Bumble, and had their first date in Manhattan.
Sonia Sohaili, John Nellen III
Sonia Sohaili and John Garret Nellen III were married May 11. Clint Hufft, a minister of the Progressive Universal Life Church, officiated at Shutters on the Beach, a hotel in Santa Monica, Calif., with Dr. Lawrence M. Hanser, a member of the Baha’i community, taking part.
Mrs. Nellen, 31, is a vice president for strategy in the New York office of Bank of America. She graduated from Pomona College and received an M.B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania.
She is a daughter of Mahshid Sohaili and Hushmand Sohaili of Santa Monica. The bride’s father is a partner in Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld; he is in the real estate practice of the law firm and works in its Los Angeles office. Her mother manages residential and commercial real estate that the bride’s parents own, in Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
Mr. Nellen, 32, is the founder and chief executive of Todyl, a cybersecurity company in New York. He graduated from Northeastern University.
He is the son of Janet M. Nellen of Demarest, N.J., and the late Mr. Nellen II. The groom’s mother is the director of the Tenafly, N.J., location of Jack in the Box, an independent preschool. His father was an insurance broker for the Liebert Group, in Nanuet, N.Y.
The couple met in 2016 in New York through the League, the dating app.
Abigail Gravenhorst, Ian Strug
Abigail Elizabeth Gravenhorst and Ian Christopher Strug were married May 11 at St. Clement Catholic Church in Chicago. The Rev. Rex Pillai performed the ceremony.
Ms. Gravenhorst, 29, is a senior business manager in Chicago for Capital One Services, a unit of Capital One Bank, where she oversees a team within United States card partnerships. She graduated magna cum laude from Vanderbilt.
She is a daughter of Terese S. Gravenhorst and Hugo H. Gravenhorst of Chicago. The bride’s father is a managing director in the Lake Forest, Ill., office of Black Diamond Commercial Finance, a unit of Black Diamond Capital Management, a private equity firm based in Greenwich, Conn. The bride’s mother is an executive director in the Chicago office of JPMorgan Chase, where she works with the global trade and loan products unit.
Mr. Strug, 31, is a founder and the chief customer officer of Virgo SVS, a cloud-based digital health care company used by endoscopists and surgeons for video recordings and managing surgical procedures. He also graduated from Vanderbilt.
He is the son of Susan F. Strug and Christopher G. Strug of Westborough, Mass. The groom’s mother is a team leader in the proposals department for eClinicalWorks, an electronic medical records software company in Westborough, where she answers questions about the product from prospective clients. The groom’s father is the director of global business development for ThreatConnect, a commercial cyber security software company based in Arlington; he works from home.
The couple first met in 2015 in Chicago through the dating app Hinge.
Stella Klemperer, Shuman Chakrabarty
Stella Mushabac Klemperer and Shuman Kumar Chakrabarty were married May 11 at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Krishna Varanasi, a Hindu priest, officiated. Immediately following, Jane Mushabac, an aunt of the bride, led the couple in an exchange of their vows and rings.
The couple met at Cornell, from which they each received M.B.A. degrees.
Ms. Klemperer, 35, works in New York as a strategy manager for Flourish, an investment firm based in Redwood City, Calif. She graduated from Brown.
She is a daughter of Regina F. Mushabac and George F. Klemperer of Berea, Ohio. The bride’s father is a psychologist in private practice in Berea. Her mother is a professor of cello at Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music in Berea.
Mr. Chakrabarty, 36, is a vice president in the financial institutions investment banking group at J. P. Morgan in New York. He graduated from Boston University.
He is the son of Namita Chakrabarty and Tapan K. Chakrabarty of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The groom’s mother was a stay-at-home parent. His father, who is retired, worked in Singapore as a vice president and managing director of industrial Asia-Pacific for McCormick & Company, the spice maker, which is based in Baltimore.
Laura Hatchman, John Dearborn
Laura Elizabeth Hatchman and John Arthur Dearborn were married May 11 at the Branford House, a mansion in Groton, Conn. The Rev. Elise Hanley, an Episcopal priest, officiated.
The couple met at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, from which they both graduated summa cum laude.
Ms. Hatchman, 28, will be starting in June as a family medicine resident at Penn Medicine Lancaster General Hospital in Lancaster, Pa. She is to receive her medical degree this month from the UConn School of Medicine in Farmington.
The bride is a daughter of Diane L. Hatchman and Jeffrey W. Hatchman of Norwalk, Conn. The bride’s father, who is retired, was a vice president at New York Life, a life insurance company based in New York. The bride’s mother works in Norwalk as a location coordinator guide at WW, formerly known as Weight Watchers, a health and wellness company based in New York.
Mr. Dearborn, 27, will be starting in July as a postdoctoral associate at the Yale Center for the Study of Representative Institutions in New Haven. He is to receive a Ph.D. in political science from Yale this month.
The groom is the son of Betsy V. Dearborn and John B. Dearborn of Ansonia, Conn. The groom’s mother was a stay-at-home parent. She worked until 1991 in Hamden, Conn., as an account executive for Clear Channel Communications, now iHeartMedia, a media and entertainment company based in San Antonio. The groom’s father is an aeronautical engineer at Pratt & Whitney, an aerospace manufacturer based in East Hartford, Conn.
Jena Landis, Christopher Parkinson
Jena Michelle Landis and Christopher Scott Parkinson are to be married May 12 at the Ritz-Carlton Reynolds in Greensboro, Ga. Jonathan Campbell, the bride’s brother-in-law who became a United National Ministry minister for the event, is to officiate.
Ms. Landis, 32, is the director of financial reporting at Greenhill, an investment bank in New York. She graduated from Harding University in Searcy, Ark., and received a master’s degree in accountancy from Vanderbilt.
She is a daughter of Rhonda G. Landis and Jerry D. Landis of Searcy. The bride’s father is a private pilot for the Stephens Group, a private investment firm in Little Rock, Ark. Her mother is a home designer and contractor in Searcy.
The groom, 34, is a managing director in New York at Credit Suisse, a Swiss investment bank, where he is responsible for the firm’s research on global chemicals and agriculture. He graduated from Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y.
He is the son of Theresa S. Parkinson of Rockville, Md., and the late Peter D. S. Parkinson. The groom’s mother, who is retired, was an English teacher at Radnor High School in Radnor, Pa. His father was a professor of physics at the University of Pennsylvania and worked in aerospace research and development at General Electric in King of Prussia, Pa.
The couple met in 2016 through the dating app Bumble.
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