Skip to comments.One bridegroom is a skating coach, the other practices law [Oy.]
Posted on 03/18/2012 8:37:07 AM PDT by the invisib1e hand
Benjamin Miller and Sean Reisman Benjamin Edward Miller and Sean Peter Reisman were married Friday at the Staten Island Marriage Bureau. Edison Stewart, a deputy city clerk, officiated. On March 31, Rabbi David Gruber is to lead a religious ceremony at the Saint Paul Hotel in St. Paul.
Mr. Miller (left), 28, a retired figure skater and ice dancer, is a coach with the St. Paul Figure Skating Club. He is also the chairman of the United States Athlete Development Committee of U.S. Figure Skating in Colorado Springs and a member of the organizations international committee. In 2002, he won the silver medal in mens figure skating at the Nebelhorn Trophy competition in Oberstdorf, Germany. He is studying for a bachelor of science degree in business at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul.
He is the son of Karen Miller Hartje of Minnetrista, Minn., and David E. Miller of Mendota Heights, Minn., and the stepson of Vicki Vial-Taylor and of David Hartje. His mother is the director of strategic financial analysis at Bluestem Brands, a retailer in Eden Prairie, Minn. His father is an assistant attorney in the Ramsey County Attorneys Office in St. Paul.
Mr. Reisman, 29, works in Minneapolis as a managing attorney for CPA Global, a British company that provides litigation support services for law firms and companies. He graduated magna cum laude from New York University and received a law degree from Fordham.
He is the son of Annette and George Reisman of Arden Heights, Staten Island. His mother worked on Staten Island as a job developer for Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals With Disabilities, part of the New York State Education Department. His father, who worked in Manhattan, retired as the director of adjudication services for the State Department of Labor.
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They look much older than what the story says.
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