Baine – Ball
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Baine of Rye announce the engagement of their son, Kevin Baine, to Shari Ball, daughter of Nancy Ball and the late Michael Ball of Solon, Ohio.
The future bride graduated from Miami University and from Parsons The New School for Design. She is currently employed at Cartier.
The future groom is a graduate of Rye High School. He attended Miami University and is presently employed at NBC Universal.
The two met in 2010, while living in Manhattan.
A wedding is planned for August of next year in Cleveland, Ohio.
Angilletta – Buffamante
Danielle Angilletta and Joseph Martin Buffamante were married on August 3 at the Church of the Resurrection in Rye. A reception followed at The Surf Club in New Rochelle.
The bride is the daughter of Silvano (Sal) and Giselle Angilletta of Rye. She graduated from Rye High School in 2001, earned her Bachelor’s degree from Iona College and Master’s degrees from the CUNY Lehman. Currently, she is an IEP Compliance Specialist/Speech Pathologist for the Stamford Public School System.
The groom is the son of Salvatore and LouAnn Buffamante of Hawthorne. He graduated from Westlake High School in 2000, earned his Bachelor’s degree from Manhattan College, and his Master’s degree from SUNY Empire State College. He is currently the Finance and Accounting Manager for a company in Manhattan.
The maid of honor was the bride’s cousin, Amanda Angilletta. Bridesmaids included the bride’s cousins, Christina Angilletta, Samantha Angilletta, and Amelia Tedesco, the groom’s cousin, Jenna Bassi, along with friends Margherita DiSalvo, Kristen Palmieri, Anne Bartelmo, and Dianna Jativa.
The best men were the groom’s brothers, Michael and Robert Buffamante. Groomsmen included the brother of the bride, Rob Angilletta, the groom’s cousin, Daniel Bassi, and friends James Martino, Mark Grisanti, Joseph Bliss, Joseph Hirt, James Bavaro, and Timothy Feola.
The couple met in October 2010 at the wedding of a mutual friend and became engaged in July 2012.
After a honeymoon in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, the newlyweds returned to their home in Purchase.
On a Great Lawn in Rye
The League of Women Voters of Rye, Rye Brook, and Port Chester started the political season off right, with casual conversation on a lawn on the Sound to which they invited past, present, and possibly future local leaders. The “Meet the Mayors” event attracted a large and voluble group, most of whom wanted to talk about anything but politics, September 8.
A Silent Auction of “Wine, Books, and Candle” raised support for the Educational Foundation Fund of Our Chapter. Hats off to League President Debbie Reisner and her committee, and Barbara and Fred Cummings, who hosted the memorable evening.