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Congdon - Bohlen

October 13, 2013

Eliza Lincoln Congdon and Casey Daniel Bohlen were married at the Essex Inn in Vermont. Eliza is the daughter of Chalmers Congdon and Amy Richardson of Wenham, MA. Casey is the son of Lee K. Bohlen of Griswold, CT, and Curtis and Loren Bohlen of Dobbs Ferry, NY. Eliza is a 2004 graduate of Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School and Brown University. She is currently a doctoral candidate in Developmental Psychology at the University of Chicago. Casey is a 2004 graduate of Ardsley High School and Brown University, and is a doctoral candidate in U.S. History at Harvard University. After a honeymoon trip to Costa Rica, the couple is residing in Chicago.

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