Brady-Danson. Kelly Patricia Brady, daughter of Mary Elizabeth and Patrick
Donald Brady of Traverse City, Mich., to Joshua William Danson, son of
Elizabeth and Lawrence Danson of Princeton, in Traverse City on Saturday,
July 30. The Rev. Kenneth Stachnik, a Roman Catholic priest, performed the
ceremony at St. Francis Church. In recognition of Mr. Danson's Jewish
heritage, the groom broke a glass at the end of the ceremony, in the Jewish
The bride, 30, is vice president of finance at Garnett & Helfrich Capital, a venture buyout firm in Menlo Park, Calif. She graduated magna cum laude from Albion College in Albion, Mich. with a B.A. in business and finance. Her father is comptroller for SRW Contracting, a general contractor based in Traverse City. Her mother is the librarian at Holy Angels Elementary School in Traverse City.
The groom, 32, is client counsel at The History Factory, a marketing/communications consultancy headquartered in Chantilly, Va. Based in San Francisco, Mr. Danson advises clients and potential clients on how to use their corporate history to meet a variety of communications objectives. He graduated cum laude from Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, with high honors in history. His mother, a former educator, is currently a poet and member of the U.S. 1 Poets Cooperative. His father is a professor of English at Princeton University, specializing in Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama.
The couple met four years ago while attending the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and were introduced by friends who knew of their shared enthusiasm for live music, cooking, and California wine. They currently live in San Francisco.
Wang-Deery. Patricia Christina Wang, daughter of John and Christina Wang of Princeton, to Crandall Pierson Deery, son of Craig and Laurel Deery of Manchester, Mass. The July 30 ceremony took place at Sacred Heart Church in Manchester.
The bride, born and raised in Princeton, attended Princeton Day School and graduated in the first class of five-year women at The Lawrenceville School. She then received her bachelor of science degree in industrial engineering and operations research from Columbia University.
The groom, born and raised in Manchester, graduated from Deerfield Academy and Vanderbilt University, then received his MBA from The Stern School of Business at New York University.
The couple currently works and lives in New York City.
Helen Cutting Milner and Gerald Montague Beale
Milner-Beale. Mrs. Helen Cutting Milner of Princeton, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Wilmerding Jr. of Princeton, to Gerald Montague Beale, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Beale of London, England, on July 23 in Trinity Church, Princeton. The Rev. Frank Strasburger officiated.
The reception was at the home of the bride's son, Alan J. Heap, who gave his mother in marriage. The bride's daughter, Jane Heap, was matron of honor. Her daughter Angela Hall and daughter-in-law Marguerite Heap were attendants along with her granddaughters Caroline and Brooke as flower girls and her grandson Miles as page boy.
The best man was Giles Beale, son of the bridegroom. The ushers were Lucius Wilmerding III and Walter Wilmerding, brothers of the bride; David Binger, a brother-in-law; and Greg Smith and David Hall, sons-in-law of the bride.
The bridegroom served in the British Royal Navy before taking up chartered accountancy and becoming finance director of various companies in England, Canada, the U.S., Paris, and Singapore.
After their honeymoon, the couple will divide their time between Princeton and Chelsea, London.
Lisa Randazzese and William Maddox
Randazzese-Maddox. Lisa M. Randazzese, daughter of Salvatore and Frances Randazzese of Three Bridges, to William G. Maddox, son of Janet M. Maddox of Cross River, N.Y. and James Maddox of Jersey City.
Ms. Randazzese, of West Windsor Township, is an attorney with the law firm of Mason, Griffin & Pierson, P.C. in Princeton. She is a graduate of Hunterdon Central Regional High School and The College of New Jersey. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from Rutgers School of Law in Camden in 1999.
Mr. Maddox, a Montgomery Township resident, is an account executive with ALK Technologies, Inc., Princeton. He is a graduate of John Jay High School in Cross River, N.Y. and earned his B.A. degree in history and education from Rider University in 1995.
The couple plans a June 24, 2006 wedding.