Thursday, December 20, 2007

Wedding Notice or Family Business Advert?

I love the NYTimes' wedding section.

Rabbis and priests, churches and synagogues, Orthodox and Reform, it's all there including same-sex marriages. The 'times' as reflected in the Times.

Check this one:-

Dr. Sandra Nicole Gelbard and Tony Yair Uzan were married on Saturday evening at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York. Rabbi David Berkman officiated.

Dr. Gelbard-Uzan, 35, is an internist in private practice in New York; she specializes in cholesterol management, weight loss and preventive medicine. She is also a clinical instructor of medicine at Lenox Hill Hospital, and was among the physicians who treated Brooke Astor. She graduated from Brandeis and received her medical degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

She is the daughter of Joyce Gelbard and Bernard Gelbard of New City, N.Y. Her father, a pharmacist, is the president of the Prescription Center, a pharmacy in Tallman, N.Y. Her mother, a registered nurse, is a substitute school nurse in the Clarkstown, N.Y., school district.

Mr. Uzan, 39, is a managing consultant in Manhattan with the global business services division of I.B.M.; he manages teams that help restructure companies and improve their business strategy. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and has an M.B.A. from Northwestern.

He is a son of Margalit Uzan and Henri Uzan of Los Angeles. His parents renovate and then sell houses in Las Vegas and Los Angeles and oversee rental properties in Las Vegas. His father was a chef at Chasen’s restaurant in Beverly Hills, and until 1990 owned Shep’s Deli in Los Angeles.

His father, her mother, her father, his mother, their business, their business.

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