Robert Young '47 and Charlotte Davis Young '43
Our relationship, during the first three years at Westminster, was very casual. She spent most of her time in the long old Conservatory of Music while most of my days were in the old brick Science Hall. Char’s dad (they called him Professor Davis) was head of the Conservatory of Music. Our acquaintance was very casual at best. I wasn’t much of a dancer and didn’t circulate much. I did play clarinet in both the band and the orchestra. The band would often play at basketball games in the old shoebox size gym. Char claims she often pounded my back when sitting behind me in a cramped position with her knees in my back. I never remembered that. That was a sample of our occasional contacts during the first three years of college.
Then World War II came along and I had to leave. I was in the Navy and stationed several places in the states. Finally I was shipped out, and after bouncing around the South Pacific, I ended on the island of Samar in the Philippines, where I spent a couple of years. After the war, I was sent home and discharged.
I had been on a 3-2 plan between Westminster and Carnegie Mellon. I decided to forget this plan. In one and a half years at Westminster, I could get my BS degree with a physics major and hit the job market before the flood of GIs under the GI bill graduated. This was the best decision I ever made, because I met my future wife again.
Graduation from Westminster required two years of foreign language, therefore I had to go to summer school to get my first year of German, the second year would be obtained during normal school session beginning in the fall. Coming to summer school was the best I could ever ask for: I met my future spouse.
I was sitting on the wide railing of the front porch of the Alpha Sig house waiting for the dinner bell to ring. Behind me, on the other side of Waugh Avenue, I heard a voice, “There is Bob Young.” I turned and there Char was in a bright red bathing suit coming home from the town’s swimming pool. She waved, and of course I had to run over and say hello. She had not gotten married when I was in the Navy, although she had several opportunities with the V12 Air Force men going to Westminster during those years. It wasn’t long before a serious romance started, with marriage four days after I graduated the following year. It was Friday, the 13th of June, 1947. We celebrated our 65th anniversary in June 2012 and are looking forward to number 66. I’ll be 92 in March and Char will be 92 in April. We have two children, Deborah and Jeff; five grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.
|Paul Campbell ’52 & Beverly Mergner Campbell ’53
Married June 13, 1953
Beverly Mergner and I first met in the gym, where the new freshman class was holding a “get acquainted” dance. A fellow football player and I “crashed” the activity! I spotted Bev across the floor and asked her do dance – and she accepted!
We dated throughout our college years , and became engaged in 1952 when I graduated and joined the Marine Corps. I promised her father, after he requested, that we not marry until she graduated, and that we did. Our wedding was June 13, 1953, just five days after Bev’s graduation.
We have two children, son Kim and Mindy; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
|Mark Landfried ’53 & Marjorie McCullough Landfried ’53
Married Nov. 24, 1950
|Richard Banick ’53 & Margaret Esler Banick ’56
Married May 22, 1953
|Jack Mansfield ’59 & Carol Paulie Mansfield ’58
Married June 13, 1959
|Arthur Davis ’63 & Carol Peterson Davis ’63
Married June 27, 1964
We met in 1961 on a blind date for the end-of-the-year Phi Tau fraternity picnic at Idora Park in Youngstown, Ohio. We were married June 27, 1964. Two children, Holly and Heidi.
Jay Daniel Buchanan ’66 & Elaine Rhinesmith Buchanan ’66
Westminster College, first day of freshman week, September 1962. A gorgeous fall day. A freshman football player from Erie meeting a freshman woman from Madison, N.J., while sitting on a bench in front of Browne, talking small talk and getting to know each other and becoming friends. Her friends telling her immediately that she would marry him!!
|Don Goughler ’68 & Susan McGeary Goughler ’69
Married Aug. 24, 1968
|Larry Bonney '67 & Diane Mylting Bonney '66
Married June 17, 1967
|Harry Obley ’56 & Marilyn Steadman Obley ’56
Married Dec. 27, 1956
|Hugh Ferguson ’59 & Joan Acton Ferguson ’60
Married Aug. 22, 1959
|Bill Beatty ’59 & Clara Gillis Beatty ’59
Married Aug. 22, 1959
|Conner White ’58 & Barbara Stott White ’58
Married June 18, 1960
|Bob Kennedy ’45 & Helen Scholl Kennedy ’46
Married in 1948
|Jonathan Webster ’61 & Melissa Huddell Webster’62
Married June 1961
|Keith M. Ramsay M’67 & Carol Pochiro Ramsay M’66
Married Nov. 19, 1966
|Graham Johnstone ’66 & Marilyn Smith Johnstone ’67
Married July 8, 1967
|Thomas Gregory III ’69 & Lenore Shelly Gregory ’70
Married June 13, 1970
We were dorm directors (Tom was in Eichenhauer, I was in Shaw). Also, we were involved with a Christian ministry on campus that planned a youth service one Sunday in February 1968 at Jackson Center. We were married June 13, 1970, in Wallace Memorial Chapel by Rev. William Jackson. We have three children, Thomas, Shelly, and Todd, and seven grandchildren.
|Paul Wallace ’69 & Karen Krull Wallace ’71
Married Feb. 20, 1971
We met at the Salvation Army Service Team. One evening a week Westminster College students drove to the Salvation Army in New Castle to help with homework and activities. My first year roommate (who met her future husband there as well) encouraged me to sign up for the Service Team. On Nov. 11, 1967, he asked me out on our first date. And we’ve been together ever since. We married on Feb. 20, 1971. He taught math in Ellwood City while I finished at Westminster. We lived in Michigan, Virginia, and Kentucky before returning to Westminster in 1981. Paul is the Westminster’s director of information systems. We have two children, Hope and Adam.
|Thomas Edward Shafer ’73 & Bonnie Boyd Shafer ’73
Married May 17, 1980
We met at several parties at the Boy Scout camp. We exchanged Christmas cards and went to the wedding of Sue and Millard McQuaid (also Class of 1973) separately. Then in 1979, six years after graduation, Bonnie traveled for an education conference to St. Louis where she remet Tom for dinner. And the rest is history. They were married May 17, 1980. The have three children, Sarah, Thomas, and Laura; and one grandson.
|John Filar ’74 & Kay Hollyday Filar ’74
Married May 24, 1975
|Wayne Wellman ’79 & Carol Berger Wellman ’78
Married July 14, 1979
James Marshall ’82 & Sheila Fryer Marshall ’83
I met my college sweetheart in the backseat of a car. It is not what you think. In January 1980, my dad, who happened to have been Sheila’s high school physics teacher, thought it was an economical idea for us to carpool together back to Westminster since we lived in adjacent counties two hours east of WC. Sheila’s mom was driving and her aunt was along for the ride. We talked, but about half way, I must have not been very interesting, because she pulled out her chemistry textbook and started to read. I couldn’t retaliate by pulling out my physics textbook since reading in a car makes me sick, so I stared out the window feeling forlorn. In the spring of 1980 we didn’t see much of each other but we soon learned that we had mutual friends at church. That spring, another girl bet me that I could not be nice and agreeable to her for an entire week. I proved her wrong. However, during this week, since I was obligated to be nice and agreeable to her, I, therefore, could not refuse her requests. This included being nice to her for the rest of that month, as well as setting up a different girl for the next month. This pattern continued until I had a string of girls lined up for a month each for the spring as well as the fall of 1980. Sheila had the month of October since that was her birthday month. I carried her books, carried her cafeteria tray, left her poems in her mailbox, etc. At her request I even brought her flowers and candy (however, being the poor college student, I brought her wild flowers from a field outside Hillside and a cookie from the cafeteria) and serenaded her below her Galbreath window. I discovered later that I was observed by the entire Delta Zeta sorority. In November, I was deciding whether or not to ask Sheila or another girl out for a date. I had no money for a coin toss so my friend lent me a dollar bill. Sheila won the bill toss. Obviously, we got to know each other better so that by December 1980, she asked me to the Kappa Delta Christmas formal. We then began dating. We were engaged by Christmas 1981, and married June 18, 1983. Dad claimed that he match-made the entire thing. We have two children, Benjamin and Amanda.
|Robert Martinez ’83 & Rebecca Phillips Martinez ’84
I met Robert at Westminster College during the fall semester of 1982 in the lobby of Ferguson Hall. I was a science major and he was a baseball pitcher – not a likely match in my eyes. I thought he was interested in a mutual friend of ours and was not thinking that there was anything between the two of us whenever we ran into each other on campus.
So, I was surprised when he called me one day during that fall and said that he had gotten sick after donating blood. I had helped to organize the blood drive, and I was a bit distressed that he was saying donating blood made him ill! He told me that rather than pursuing legal action for his illness, he would settle for us going on out. We went to see the movie “Six Pack” at the little movie theater in town and dinner at Prima’s. He had pizza with raw onions, I had a hot Italian hoagie – interesting breath after those meals!
It was all very sweet and it was then I realized he was interested in me. Our mutual friend gave her blessing to the relationship. That first date was 30 years ago on Nov. 11. We have been married for 27 years and have three beautiful daughters: Ana, Katherine, and Isabelle.
Dan Miller ’83 & Kathy Fishburn Miller ’84
We met on a J-Term trip to Germany in 1983. We married the week after I graduated on June 9, 1984. We have two children, Eric and Justin.
Patrick Michael McAndrew ’84 & Kathryn Hast McAndrew ‘84
On Sept. 6, 1980, several students who had their birthday on that day went to the center of this group of students involved with PLAYFAIR. Kathryn Lynn Hast was 18 years old that day. I saw the most beautiful girl with a bright white smile and blonde flowing hair. She was wearing a black athletic cut Hawaiian shirt with palm leaves and various tropical birds in the pattern. She wore bright yellow Jordache pants and white opened-toed sandals with a pedicure and a manicure. I remember everyone in the gym went to a blur and my complete focus was on Kathy. Do I believe in love at first sight? Ahhhh, YEAH.
That night I went back to my dorm room in Russell Hall and looked at the “Baby Book” to find out what this girl’s name was. I knew her name and I saw that she went to Peters Township High School. One of the freshmen football players came from Peters and I asked him, “What do you know about Kathy Hast?” He told me, “Patrick, she is out of your league.” I responded, “Well, we will see about that!”
It took me two weeks to ask her out on our first date and I would like to tell you it was love at first sight for her, too. But the truth is, it took me about two weeks more to have her completely fall in love with me.
One day in our early dating we were walking in New Wilmington and it started raining. We were walking by the Township Park when it started to rain pretty hard. We ducked into a stationary, GIANT horizontal wooden barrel that spun when you walked in it. We talked about so many things: what we believed in, how we felt about different issues, what our families were like. I knew at that very moment that I wanted to spend the rest of my life with this most amazing person that I ever met. It is 32 years later since I first laid eyes on her and it was LOVE at first sight. For me. We are both still very happy together.
|Clyde Saletta ’81 & Stacey Winger Saletta ’84
Married Aug. 11, 1984
As my freshman year began in August of 1980, I desired to make some friends and Godly connections at Westminster. I thought a Bible study was a great place to start, so I signed up for one that met at Hillside, where Clyde was the resident director. As I attended the weekly study, I made friends not only with the people in my group and my leader, but also Brad Martin ’81, the RA on that hall who frequently stopped in to visit and share his wisdom on the topic that we were studying. January was quickly approaching and I had to decide whether to sign up for a class that met practically every day for the month of January or to take advantage of a month-long travel seminar to Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and France. After my mother’s consent, the choice was obvious: Europe, here I come! I did not know at the time that Clyde and his best friends, Brad Martin and Rodney McNinch ’81, made plans to go on the same seminar together.
Much of our time on that trip was spent as a group, studying the history and architecture of the beautiful countries that we explored. However, there were many days that we did have a few hours of free time and we were permitted to investigate the area on our own or with other students in the group. While most of the students had planned this seminar with groups of friends or at least one other friend, I had neglected to do so. My RA was on the trip with her friends and there was one other familiar face in the crowd: the RA from my Hillside Bible study, Brad Martin, who was already ready with detailed minute-by-minute free time itineraries. He quickly observed that I was alone and invited me to sightsee with his group of friends. There in Paris, France, I was introduced to the man who would become my godly husband and wonderful father to my two beautiful children.
|Brian Lohr ’84 & Kelly Moon Lohr ’87
Married May 6, 1989
Their first date consisted of dinner and a movie in the big smoke of Youngstown, Ohio. March in western Pennsylvania can be COLD. Kelly asked after they had been driving for a bit, when his old Mustang would warm up – “Late May” was Brian’s response (no heater). They still have the old Mustang, which is now restored with a working heater. They married on May 6, 1989. They have four children: Emily, Meghan, Nicholas, and Caroline.
Greg Pollock ’88 & Lori Neumann Pollock ’87
I transferred to WC in 1985 and although I attended weekly chapel and Sunday night vespers, I never met Lori, who was on the chapel staff as a student. I didn’t meet her until November 1986, when I was invited to attend a Friday night Christian group that Lori was a part of. Can you believe a campus of less than 1,100 students and only a handful attended the optional chapel services, and we had never met or been introduced even though we many mutual friends for over a year?
Fortunately, Lori flirted with me at the end of the evening program saying she liked “tall guys.” I obliged, but mistakenly said my girlfriend was a redhead. Lori was a redhead, but my comment obviously turned her off, even though what I meant was that I liked redheads.
Nonetheless, I got a postcard from her during J-term asking me to attend a planning session for the Friday night group to get some new ideas for the spring. I was flattered and thrilled to get mail being a J-term RA at the time. We continued to “square off” by pretending not to like one another, while secretly having a crush on one another. I used to sit (possibly even missing a class or two) on a bench on the quad where I knew she would pass going to and from her dorm or the Kappa Delta suite—just to get a glimpse of her, thinking of something funny or cool to say (which got me nowhere fast.) Finally, one evening I donned a paper bag over my head, taped some balloons to it, wrote the Unknown Admirer on the front of the bag (the Unknown Comic was a big hit back then, or so I thought) and went and sat in the freshmen girls’ dorm where Lori was sitting desk that night. I sat there most of the evening until she finally became annoyed and curious enough to discover who I was and what I was doing there.
After some marathon telephone conversations, I finally asked her out to Alice’s Pizza. We had an awesome spring break spent together on campus hanging out. A kiss and a formal later, we were dating. Lori graduated in 1987 and I finished up my senior year in 1988. I landed a teaching job in northeast Ohio and began saving enough money to buy a ring and pop the question.
At the 1989 NAIA Division II National Championship Football Game that Westminster won at Fawcett Stadium (Canton, Ohio), I got a one knee in three feet of snow and below zero temperatures during in the first half. And although she said I bought the wrong ring, she said yes. We married a year later.
Twenty-four years later with two very successful and academically-minded kids, Mitch and Emma, we couldn’t be happier. Thanks for the opportunity to share my Westminster Sweetheart story!
|Brian Friday ’93 & Shelly Pattison Friday ’93
Married December 1994
But it was during a Phi Tau/Alpha Gamma Delta graffiti party mixer their junior year when something clicked. About an hour into the party, Brian wrote on Shelly’s shirt, “Seashell, if I found you on a beach, I’d keep you forever.” Brian and Shelly spent the remainder of the evening talking. They spent more and more time together over the next few weeks and discovered that first impressions were not always accurate.
They began dating a few weeks after that party. Brian spent many moments writing Shelly beautiful notes—notes she still has to this day. They began attending their political science classes together, went walking, and spent time with friends and their Bible study group. They had fallen in love. The summer after their junior year, they were separated by distance, but the relationship sustained the break.
“Our senior year had its share of hiccups and we even broke up for a period of time,” Shelly said. And it was during that time that Brian and Shelly were faced with some real life-changing events.
“Our faith was tested, but with the help of a very small but core Bible study and some very good friends, we found our way back to each other,” she said. “We spent the rest of our senior year mostly inseparable and with much support.”
Brian and Shelly graduated in May 1993 and wed in December 1994. Now married for 18 years and with three sons, including Westminster sophomore Christian ’15, the pair has been blessed with “years of love and incredible moments.”
“We know now that when we met our freshman year, God had plans for us that we never saw coming,” Shelly said. “But that night when a girl met a boy at a graffiti party, that was our beginning. And we’re grateful that Westminster continues to be part of our ongoing love story.”
|Jason Bonnar ’95 & Amy Dietrich Bonnar ’94
Married in 1997
I was a music education major at Westminster from 1990-94. As a piano major in the music department, one of my assignments was to be a teaching assistant for the Piano Methods class for other music majors. In this class I met Jason Bonnar, a music/biology major who was studying percussion (a polite way to say he was a drummer!), and he needed LOTS of assistance playing the piano! We became friends and, in 1993 at the Theta Chi beach party, started dating. I was the piano accompanist for his junior percussion recital. He helped me through Music Theory classes. In between classes, music rehearsals, his swimming and track practices, and sorority and fraternity activities we spent as much time together as possible. We have been together ever since! We got engaged at the finish line after he ran the Pittsburgh Marathon in 1996 and were married in 1997. We have two children, Bethany and Jameson. We are both music educators and live in Beaver. Our memories of our time together at Westminster are the best! We love coming back to campus with the kids and showing them where it all began.
|Steven Begg ’94 & Corinne Bentzel Begg ’94
Married April 29, 1995
I was a scared young girl from York County, PA – 5 ½ hours away from family and friends. When my mom and I came to visit the campus, I felt God speak to my heart. I was reassured that this was the path I was to take, that this was the college for me. I knew before even entering town that I would spend the next four years of my life in New Wilmington.
He was a young man from the Pittsburgh area. As he walked across the lawns of Westminster, he also felt that this was home. A place to study and prepare for the future.
The day came when we had to say goodbye to our parents. He was at Russell, and I was at Shaw – on complete opposite sides of the campus. We went to orientation and tried to find that sense of peace amidst the turmoil and excitement for being in this new place in our lives.
On the second day we were invited to a professor’s house for a cookout. Out of the entire freshman population, we ended up being selected to go to the same house. We walked home together, the beginning of a beautiful relationship.
Both of us had signed up for Quest and were biology majors. We spent quite a bit of time together studying for all of our classes. When my birthday came in October, I was surprised by my friends with a trip to Sharon to TCBY for cake. After we returned back to campus, Steve asked me to go for a walk by the lake. This is when he professed his love, and we have been together ever since.
It has been 22 wonderful years since that fateful fall. In that time, we have graduated from Westminster, were married at New Wilmington United Methodist Church, bought and sold a house, moved to Virginia, bought the next house, had two beautiful children (Alexander and Amanda), and have grown closer together.
We have felt God guiding us through life’s challenges, and still thank Him for leading us together back in 1990.
|Ian Turner ’10 & Rose Hassell Turner ’09
Married July 1, 2011
|John Salvini ’95 & Ciara Zalfini ’96
Married June 17, 2000
John and I became friends and then later dated when he was a senior and I was a junior. The rest, they say, is history. Who would have thought that long ago in 1992 in that Ethics class, we would have eventually gotten married at Wallace Memorial Chapel and had three children (Gabrianna, Nico, and Alena)? Since our last names are so similar, people always laugh when they learn my maiden name, and it’s always a very entertaining story when we share our little anecdote how we met at Westminster.
|Michael Cosgrove Jr. ’02 & Joy Kelewae Cosgrove ’04
Married July 17, 2004
|Steven Ruperto ’08 & and Carsen Nesbitt Ruperto ’08
Married May 12, 2012
During introductions, Steve said he was from “Moon.” Carsen could not understand why someone would say they were from the Moon (not being from western PA, she didn’t understand the area’s affinity for towns named after planets) and instantly thought Steve was a huge nerd. She moved to the back row the next class.
A few weeks later, the two both participated in the Westminster Theatre production of Kiss Me, Kate. Carsen thought Steven was an immature boy during a rehearsal and glared at Steven as he entertained other girls. Steven thought Carsen was a snob during that same rehearsal, so he confronted her about her attitude toward him.
Steve asked Carsen, “Why do you hate me?”
He was right.
From that confrontation on, they were best friends. Steve sent a package to Carsen during her first semester of sophomore year which she spent with the Westminster at Oxford program, and it arrived on Thanksgiving Day. Perfect timing, as Carsen was homesick and England doesn’t celebrate that holiday. They fell in love soon after she returned to Westminster, and the rest is history. They were most famous for writing opposite sides of the Holcad’s “Political Pong” article while at Westminster. Also, Carsen was SGA President and Steve was SGA Treasurer. They did everything together.
|Andy Winner ’04 & Amy Schroder Winner ’06
Married June 10, 2006
Andy Winner was two years ahead of me, and so our paths didn’t really cross until I was a sophomore. Of course, we knew each other, thanks to Westminster’s small size, but we never really had a chance to spend time together until we both signed up for a Titan Traverse week-long camping trip in West Virginia with other college students just before school started. Andy and I had our own groups of friends, even within the camping group, but there was something about spending five days hiking and camping in the backcountry of West Virginia that helps you bond with everyone.
Unbeknownst to me, Andy had a pounding headache when he volunteered to pick blueberries one day on our trip. I just thought picking blueberries sounded like a fun way to spend my morning and, for my growling stomach, hurry breakfast along. So there we were, Andy hoping for solitude to calm his headache, and me, pretty much chatting with the blueberry bushes since my other “company” didn’t seem too interested in what I was rambling on about. Not exactly the makings of a love story…or was it?
Well, something must’ve gone right on our trip because once we returned to Westminster we were both so excited to see each other! Andy asked me to be his date on the Gateway Clipper cruise that Westminster offered around the first weekend back to school. I gladly accepted. Between laughing and dancing and even a little hand-holding, our Westminster romance had begun!
As our relationship continued and got more serious, our time together at Westminster became very valuable to us. We had picnics on the quad, went on Sheetz dates, played tennis, went on walks all over campus and through New Wilmington, went to chapel together, went to sporting events—especially to cheer on my sister Melissa Schroder Dorosh ’05 in her soccer games …the list goes on. But before we knew it, Andy graduated and moved to North Carolina to teach while I remained at Westminster.
My junior year, I was an R.A. in Jeffers. Andy was able to come back to visit during Homecoming and got to cheer me on when I won Westminster Homecoming Queen! He came back to visit a few more times, and even though long-distance dating was a challenge, we were grateful for our times when he rejoined me at WC to rekindle the romance.
Between my junior year and senior year, I traveled abroad to Argentina with my favorite profesora, Señora Camila Bari de Lopez, and four other students to work toward our Spanish degrees. While I was away, I was in a terrible accident where I was exposed to carbon monoxide for 10-12 hours. To make a very long story short, I was in a coma for nine days to help me recover from the carbon monoxide poisoning, but the doctors had little hope for my survival, much less my full recovery.
My parents took the two-day flight down as soon as they’d heard. Andy, who had to get his passport expedited, was just about to buy his plane ticket before he’d heard a positive report: I was improving. As much as he wanted to come to see me, he would have to wait to see me until I was able to return to Pennsylvania.
As I was coming out of the coma, the doctors told my parents (as translated by Señora Lopez) that they should try to get a hand squeeze or blink out of me by asking me familiar questions. At first they asked boring questions, like “Can you hear Mom? Did you hear Dad?” I’d blink, but not so much that they knew for sure I was responding to their questions. They had asked Andy if there was anything he wanted to tell me. Then I heard my mom say, “Andy wants you to get better so he can take you on a Sheetz date for slushies. Blink if you want to do that.” Apparently, I blinked so emphatically, there was no doubt I was hearing and understanding, and that was the first indication that I would really be okay.
Fast forward to a miraculous full recovery, and I was on my way home to see Andy. He had moved back to Pennsylvania during the summer to get his master’s degree, and I was thrilled to have him back in the same state as I was about to start my senior year at Westminster. On Sept. 28, 2005, I was desk sitting in Eichenauer when one of my friends, Steve Franklin ’06, told me not to go anywhere until he gave me something. I was confused but didn’t think much of it…until he came in at the end of my shift, and handed me a rose with a note attached to it. The note, in Andy’s writing, said that he may or may not be on campus somewhere and that I should follow the clues to find out.
The clues took me on a tour of our favorite Westminster landmarks. The first clue sent me to the tennis courts, where Andy and I had spent countless hours volleying the ball across the net. My friend Beth Grubbs Wentz ’05 handed me the second rose and the next clue, sending me to Browne Hall, which is where he picked me up on our first date, that romantic evening in early September on the Gateway Clipper. Waiting there for me was my friend, Leslie Underwood Dallas ’05, with the next clue and another rose. Her clue led me to the chapel, one of our favorite places on campus. There, on the outside chapel steps, was my sister, Melissa, who handed me the last clue. It read: “The steps in front of you are the last ones you will ever have to take alone. When you’re ready, come on in. I love you.”
I think I yelled something like, “I’m ready!” and sprinted down the chapel aisle toward my husband-to-be. He handed me the rest of the roses and proposed to me in the chapel’s sanctuary.
Just over eight months later, on June 10, 2006, I took the same path down the same aisle toward the same man. We couldn’t imagine being married anywhere else than the Westminster chapel. As we said our vows and were pronounced husband and wife, Andy and I took the next step in our Westminster love story. We continued our celebration just a few steps away in the McKelvey Campus Center. As our friends and family gathered around us in our joyous day, we were so grateful to our Westminster family and home for all it had given us—especially each other.