I became a Justice of the Peace upon the death of my late husband, Henry, who himself had been a Justice of the Peace for many years here in Middlesex County Connecticut. When he died on April 9, 1988 I decided to carry on his work, pick up the mantle and do weddings of my very own. My how time flies! I have now officiated at hundreds of weddings throughout Connecticut. I consider it an honor and a privilege to be such an integral part of so many couples’ special day. I pride myself on giving each ceremony that dignified, tasteful, and personalized touch that each couple deserves, one that reflects their uniqueness as a couple and as individuals. This is why couples continually seek me out to officiate at their weddings and the reason I am known as “The Wedding Lady of Middlesex County.”
I am so honored to be continuing on the family tradition by becoming a Justice of the Peace and officiating at wedding ceremonies here in Connecticut. How lovely it is to work with couples to create a unique ceremony, one that encapsulates all their hopes and dreams for their future together. I welcome the traditional as well as the more adventurous and unconventional among us. Thinking outside the box is a particular specialty. A bit of the modern mixed with the timeless, this is why I am proud to be known as the other half of “The Wedding Ladies of Middlesex County.”

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