Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXV, No. 40
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
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Weddings and Engagements


Engagements


Jacquelyn Brooks and Mark Katzenback

Brooks-Katzenback. Jacquelyn Brooks, daughter of Barbara Brooks of Kendall Park and the late James Brooks, to Mark Katzenback, son of Robert and Darlene Katzenback of Monmouth Junction. The wedding took place at St. Paul’s Church in Princeton on July 30, 2011. Father Michael McClane officiated.

The bride is a graduate of Princeton High School and Rider University. She received a degree in Elementary Education and American Studies. She is currently a fourth grade teacher in South Brunswick.

The groom is a graduate of South Brunswick High School and Lycoming College, where he received a degree in Elementary Education and Psychology. He is currently a third grade teacher in South Brunswick.

The couple spent their honeymoon in Hawaii and currently reside in Franklin Park.


Rebekah Mueller and Justin Strasburger

Mueller-Strasburger. Rebekah Ann Mueller, daughter of The Rev. Fred D. Mueller of Millstone, N.J., and Mrs. Barbara Whitman Mueller, of Fayette, Maine, to Justin Kidder Strasburger, the son of The Rev. and Mrs. Frank C. Strasburger, of Brunswick, Maine and formerly of Princeton. The couple was married at the Swedenborg Chapel in Cambridge, Mass., on May 28, 2011, with both of their fathers officiating.

The bride is a graduate of Bowdoin College, Class of 2007. She currently works in the Alumni Affairs and Development Office at Harvard University as a liaison with international Harvard clubs and shared interest groups.

Mr. Strasburger also graduated from Bowdoin College, Class of 2007. He currently is director of the Worcester office of Bottom Line, a nonprofit organization that helps disadvantaged students get into college, graduate, and find employment.

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