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August 4, 2012

Schoenthaler - LeClerc

Mr. William Schoenthaler of Chelsea, ME. and Mrs. Ann Thiboutot of China Village, ME. are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Sarah Schoentha- ler to Andrew LeClerc, son of Mr. Roger LeClerc and Ms. Valerie Terrill of Salem MA.

Sarah graduated from Waterville High School class of 2001and NewburyCollegeclassof2005.

After receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing she is currently an Operations Coordinator at State Street Bank and Trust in Boston, MA

Andrew graduated from Salem High School class of 2002 and Bridgewater State University class of 2006.

After receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Business he went on to work in Finance at State Street Bank & Trust in Boston, MA.

Andrew and Sarah met while working for State Street Bank & Trust in 2009, a 2014 wedding is being planned.

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