Shari Elizabeth Aser and William Benjamin James III



The bride and groom

Photographs by Hechler Photographers

Shari and Bill have known each other since they were children. They grew up in the same neighborhood and both attended Round Hill Nursery School and Greenwich High School. After losing touch for fifteen years, they bumped into each other at the Greenwich Tree Conservancy’s fundraiser at McArdle’s. They exchanged information and went on their first date shortly thereafter at The Ginger Man.

A year and a half after reconnecting, the couple got engaged while on a walk at Tod’s Point.

Reverend J. Peter Cullen officiated at the ceremony at Westchester Country Club, where the reception followed.

The bride, daughter of Thomas and Patricia Aser, graduated from Greenwich High School, Bucknell University and Cornell Business School. Shari works for IBM in New York City.

The groom, son of William and Carol James of Greenwich, graduated from Greenwich High School, Hobart College and the London School of Economics and Political Science. Bill works for Bank of America in New York.

The newlyweds spent their honeymoon in Australia before returning home to Garden City, New York.


Brother of the bride Jeffrey Aser, sister of the bride Leah Aser, mother of the bride Patty Aser, the bride and groom, mother of the groom Carol James, sister of the groom Liz James


Cousins of the bride Gregory and Nicole Clark, aunt and uncle of the bride Barbara and Bill Clark

 


Cousins of the bride Anthony and Robby Clark


The reception


Best man Jonathan Goldstein, the groom, cousin of the groom Nicholas James
 

 

 

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