Wednesday, July 21, 2010

New York Times Announces Emily and Joe's Wedding

Emily Ann Lucas, a daughter of Virginia L. Lucas and Jerome D. Lucas of Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., was married Saturday evening to Joseph Duilio Turilli, a son of Carol Ann Turilli and Dr. Nicholas J. Turilli of North Kingstown, R.I. The Rev. Marcel L. Taillon, a Roman Catholic priest, performed the ceremony, with the assistance of the Rev. Joseph G. Fonti at St. Dominic’s Chapel in Oyster Bay, N.Y.

In September, Mrs. Turilli, 25, is to begin teaching fourth grade at the Brearley School, the private girls school in New York. She graduated from Harvard and is pursuing a master’s degree in childhood education at Fordham.

Her father is a managing director in private wealth management at Barclays, the British bank. He works in New York.

Mr. Turilli, 27, is an associate at Brigade Capital Management, a money management firm in New York. His responsibilities include maintaining relationships with investors and attracting new clients to raise capital for the firm. He also graduated from Harvard.

His father is an internist in private practice in Warwick, R.I. The bridegroom’s mother manages the practice.

The couple met in New York late in 2007, and found that they had crossed paths at Harvard but did not actually meet there. “We took a few of the same classes. We were at a bunch of the same parties. We had the same big group of friends,” Ms. Lucas said.

Their first formal meeting took place shortly before Christmas at the birthday party of a mutual friend.

Oddly, Mr. Turilli said, that was the second of two parties they both attended that night. Ms. Lucas “had left by the time I got there to the first party,” he said, adding that by the time he turned up at the second party, she had been there awhile.

They then ran into each other at two more parties later that week. “We were bound to meet at some point,” Ms. Lucas said. JOHN HARNEY Photo by JULIE SKARRATT

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