, Salem, MA


August 4, 2012

Dallaire - Duhe

David and Joyce Dallaire of Peabody, MA, and Reginald Duhe and Pamela Hanstead of San Francisco, CA proudly announce the engagement of their children Jacqueline St.Pierre add Ryan Matthew.

Ryan graduated from St.Francis Preparatory High School in Mountain View, California prior to graduating from San Jose State University in 2005. Ryan is currently the Southern New England Territory Manager at Medtronic Diabetes.

Jacqueline is a graduate of PVMHS and received her BS in 2006 and MBA in 2007 from Johnson and Wales University. She is now a clinical specialist in hepatology for Kadmon Pharmaceuticals, working in NYC.

The couple reside in Stamford, CT and are planning a spring 2013 wedding

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