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Laramie, Tremblay announce engagement

N Laramie engagement rsNorthborough – Kristen Nicole Laramie of Northborough, daughter of Jean and Christopher Laramie, is engaged to Jason Joseph Emil Tremblay, of Media, Penn., the son of Linda and William Fulmele and the late Ernest Tremblay and Christine Tremblay.

Laramie graduated from Algonquin Regional High School in 2003 and received a B.A. in human services from Elon University in North Carolina in 2007. She completed nursing school at Delaware Technical Community College and received her B.S. in nursing in 2013 from Wilmington University. She has been a registered nurse at Alfred I. duPont Hospital since 2012.

Tremblay graduated Delaware County Christian School, Newtown Square, Penn., in 1995 and received a B.A. in integrative arts from The Pennsylvania State University in 2000. In 2006, he co-founded a small online food magazine based out of West Chester, Penn., which has since grown to become “The Town Dish,” a publisher and producer of culinary content. In his extra time, he also does freelance web programing.

The couple will be married May 10, 2014, in Calvary Episcopal Church in Wilmington, Del. They will begin their life together in Newtown Square, Penn.

 

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