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November 24, 2012

Passeri - Mitrano

10/07/2012

Julianne Sarah Passeri and Guy Anthony Mitrano were married in front of family and friends on October 7, 2012 at a ceremony at the Mansion at Turner Hill followed by a reception. The bride is the daughter of Suzanne and Paul Passeri of Danvers, MA. The groom is the son of Barbara and Francis Mitrano of Stoneham, MA. The ceremony was officiated by the groom's uncle, Robert Colt of Winchester, MA. Julianne is a graduate of Danvers High School, Union College, and Union Graduate School. She is a middle school English teacher in the Reading Public Schools. Guy is a graduate of St. John's Prepatory School in Danvers and University of Vermont. He is Director of Social Media at Subaru of New England.

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