About Me
Dear Friends,

I am happy to meet with you to discuss your wedding. Getting married in Connecticut is relatively painless. In terms of how things usually run—first—I'll meet you to discuss plans, dreams, and all the rest. After all, your wedding day is YOUR day, so I am excited to hear what you have in mind. If you decide to have me officiate at your wedding, then we can get into all the official business.

We all have seen the movies where the love-sick couple runs off to be married at city hall or a Las Vegas roadside chapel–bringing along their best pals.  In Connecticut, for a civil marriage, witnesses are not required. The license is signed by the couple, the town clerk, and then, eventually, the justice of the peace.  Basically, when the two of you commit yourselves to each other, it is my honor to—on behalf of the State of Connecticut—witness the act. Done!

Of course, we recall the part about "the power vested in me"; well, truth be told, it really has very little to do with me–it's about the two of you. As for me, I was born and raised, in Norwalk, Connecticut, as part of a large and loving family.

I have been married to my beautiful wife, Beth, for more than twenty years—a union blessed by four wonderful children. I have worked in the area of education for more than fifteen years; currently assisting young people without sight. We are avid campers; traveling throughout New England with family and friends. In my spare time I enjoy photography, exploring historical archaeology and genealogy research; and spending time in the natural word.

You can also check out my blog and Facebook for more information.
Give me a call or send me an email, so we can get started on your wedding plans!

Peace,