Lesley Hathaway & Pablo Cagnon



Tom and sister of the bride Pam Badger; parents of the bride, Bob and Barbara Burian; George and Susie Richards; the bride’s uncle and aunt, Ward and Martha Burian; Jennifer and the bride’s cousin Michael Rowe; Allyson and the bride’s cousin Clark Sands

Maly Blomberg

When Jenn Stevens was trying to lure Pablo J. Cagnoni to New York for a job at Novartis Oncology, she told him that not only was the job perfect for him, but that she had a college friend she wanted him to meet. Pablo accepted the job and true to her word, Jenn introduced him to Lesley Brooks Hathaway. It was love at first sight. Less than a year later, Pablo proposed in Buenos Aires, Argentina, at Christmas under a tree where he had played as a young boy.

The couple chose a destination wedding at the Dunton Hot Springs Resort in Dolores, Colorado, with Telluride Church of Christ Presbyterian Pastor Pat Bailey officiating at the ceremony. Family and very close friends of the couple were in attendance at the intimate wedding. A black-tie party took place in Manhattan on a later date.

The bride, daughter of Barbara and Lawrence Hathaway of Riverside, graduated from Bucknell University and the School of  Visual Arts. She is a graphic designer with A Day in May Design in New York City. The groom, son of the late Rita Colombo and the late Jorge Cagnoni of Buenos Aires, Argentina, graduated from the University of Buenos Aires Medical School. Dr. Cagnoni is a pharmaceutical executive with Novartis Oncology in Florham Park, New Jersey.

Photographs by Jenna Walker Photography

 

 

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