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Hugh Leo Carey II, Bronxville Graduate Class of 2004, Marries Katherine Mary Gibson July 12, 2014 PDF Print Email

Sep. 3, 2014:  Katherine Mary Gibson, a daughter of Nancy Quick Gibson and Craig B. Gibson of Winchester, MA, was married on July 12 to Hugh Leo Carey II, a son of Pamela Pearce Williams of Palm Beach, FL, and Donald C. Carey of Bedford, NY. The Rev. Richard C. Messina, a Roman Catholic priest, performed the ceremony at St. Patrick's Church in Falmouth, MA.

Mrs. Carey, 26, is an associate advertising account manager for the physician portal of WebMD, a New York company that provides consumers with medical information. She graduated from Trinity College in Hartford. The bride's father is a Catholic chaplain at Lawrence General Hospital in Lawrence, MA. Her mother is a trustee of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston and of Newton Country Day School in Newton, MA, from which the bride graduated.

Mr. Carey, 28, works in New York as a public-sector restructuring and bankruptcy consultant for Alvarez & Marsal, a consulting firm that specializes in advising financially troubled companies, and is a director of the corporation that operates the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York. He graduated from Bronxville High School, Class of 1997, and from Union College in Schenectady, NY.

The groom's mother retired as the owner of Serving Thyme, a catering company that was in Bronxville. His father is a senior vice president for sales and business development at Fidelity National Financial, a title insurance company, in New York. The groom is a stepson of Mary Anne Schmitt-Carey and of R. Richard Williams. The groom's paternal grandfather and namesake was the Democratic governor of New York from 1975 to 1982 and was a United States representative from 1961 to 1974. 

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