, Salem, MA


May 26, 2012

Jennifer Ryan and Andrew Nagle

Lisa Ryan and her fiance Stephan Snoeren of Peabody, and Leonard Ryan Jr. and his wife Nancy Brown of Danbury, N.H., proudly announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Denise Ryan, to Andrew Murphy Nagle, son of L. Kevin Nagle and Donna Nagle of Lynn.

Jennifer is also the grandaughter of A. Joanne Hunt of Litchfield, N.H., and Leonard Ryan Sr. of Peabody.

Andrew is the grandson of Trudie McFarland of Lynn and Lawrence Nagle of New York and Florida.

Jennifer, a graduate of Peabody Veterans Memorial High School, attended Endicott College. Andrew is a graduate of Lynn Vocational Technical Institute.

Jennifer is currently employed at North Shore Medical Center, working in Pediatric Psychiatry. Andrew is currently employed at Clearchannel in their Outdoor Division.

Andrew proposed on Nov. 11, 2011. The happy couple is excitedly planning their wedding, which will be held at the Topsfield Common in October of this year.

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