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Jessica Gotfried and Aaron Wolff

Gotfried-Wolff. Jessica Tracy Gotfried, daughter of Rita and Lawrence Gotfried of Randolph, to Aaron Wolff, son of Ellen Ruck of Princeton and John Wolff of Highland Park.

A 2000 graduate of Randolph High School, Ms. Gotfried received a B.A. in accounting and business administration from Muhlenberg College. She is currently pursuing a master's of science in accounting at Lehigh University. In the fall of 2005 she will start as an audit professional at Deloitte and Touche in Parsippany.

Mr. Wolff, a 1999 graduate of Princeton High School, attended the University of Rochester. He is a specialist in the United States Army stationed at Fort Meade, Md. He is currently pursuing a B.S. in business administration from the University of Maryland.

A fall, 2006 wedding is planned.

Christopher Pretto and Leigh Ann Weatherford

Weatherford-Pretto. Leigh Ann Weatherford, daughter of Robert A. and Lorraine Weatherford of Midlothian, Va., to Christopher Noel Pretto, son of Mary Ann and step-son of Dale Schierholt of Princeton.

Ms. Weatherford is a graduate of Clover Hill High School and the University of Virginia. She received a master's degree in English from San Diego State University and teaches at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, Calif.

Mr. Pretto is a graduate of Princeton High School and Boston University. He is employed as a project director of real estate development for Empire Commercial Development in Ontario, Calif.

The couple, both residents of Newport Beach, Calif., will marry on January 17, in Tortola, British Virgin Islands.


Mary-Alice Lessing and Thomas Evans

Lessing-Evans. Mary-Alice Lessing, of Princeton and Chebeague Island, Maine, wife of the late Robert Lessing, and Dr. Thomas Llewellyn Evans, formerly of Princeton, and husband of the late Winifred B. Evans, were married on December 18 at All Saints' Church. Jane S. Jacobs served as matron of honor and Dr. Robert M. Evans as best man for his brother.

The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Alan French and the Rev. H. Dana Fearon. A small family reception at the church followed the wedding with the couple's eight children and 24 grandchildren in attendance.

The bride's parents are the late Joseph and Marie O'Neil of South Portland, Maine. The groom's parents are the late Thomas and Jesse Evans of Sewickley, Pa.

The bride, who will keep her name, is a graduate of Smith College. She received master's degrees from Middlebury College and from Rutgers University, then taught Spanish for 23 years at John Witherspoon School in Princeton.

Dr. Evans was a pre-med student at Hobart College and received his M.D. from Temple University in Philadelphia, where he served his residency in pediatrics at St. Christopher's Hospital. He served in the U.S. Air Force in England for three years prior to his move to Princeton. He practiced pediatrics in Princeton for a number of years before becoming medical director at The Lawrenceville School. He is now retired.

The couple will reside at Stonebridge at Montgomery following a trip to their home on Amelia Island, Fla.

Elisa Orlanski and Mark Ours

Orlanski-Ours. R. Elisa Orlanski, daughter of Dr. Isidoro and Beatriz Orlanski of Princeton, to Mark G. Ours, son of Geraldine Ours of Whittier, Calif., on September 5 at Prospect House on the Princeton University campus. Cantor Ellie Schaffer officiated at the interfaith ceremony.

The couple met while receiving their master's degrees in architecture from Columbia University, from which both graduated.

The bride, 28, works as a real estate developer in New York City. She graduated from Princeton High School and received her B.A. degree from Barnard College.

The groom, 33, is a project architect at S.H.o.P. Architects in Manhattan. He received his B. Architecture from Arizona State University.

The couple resides in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

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