Columbia Weddings & Engagements

August 25, 2011

Kelly and Jeffrey Riley

Jane and Curtis Baugh, of Columbia, announce the marriage of their daughter, Kelly Baugh, to Jeffrey Riley, son of Michael and Jeanette Riley, of Ellicott City, on April 2, 2011.

The bride is a 2001 graduate of Hammond High School; a 2005 graduate of Towson University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in early childhood education; and a 2010 graduate of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, where she earned a Master of Arts in education. She is currently a math resource teacher for Howard County Public Schools.

The groom is a 2001 graduate of Howard High School; and a 2005 graduate if the University of Maryland, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in criminology and criminal justice. He is a security specialist for theNuclear Regulatory Commission.

A wedding was held at St. Joseph's Monastery, in Baltimore. The Rev. Matt Buening and the Rev. J. Normand Tremblay, the great uncle of the bride, officiated. A reception followed at Savage Mill.

Kristen Erbe served as the maid of honor. The groom's brother, Patrick Riley, served as the best man.

The couple honeymooned at St. Kitt's and live in Columbia.

Jordan Ambrose and Justin Margo

Tim and Joy Ambrose, of Columbia, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jordan Lynne Ambrose, to Justin Edward Margo, son of Ed and Suzanne Margo, formally of Elkridge and now of Finksburg.

The bride to be is a 2004 graduate of Long Reach High School; a 2008 graduate of Pennsylvania State University, in State College, where she earned a Bachelor of Science; and will be a 2012 graduate of the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

The future groom is a 2004 graduate of Long Reach High School; and a 2008 graduate of Pennsylvania State University. He is currently employed as a medical technician at Howard County Community Hospital and is pursuing his RN degree.

A wedding is planned for May 2012.

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