Megan and William met as freshmen while attending Hood College in 2010. Their love grew over the following years as they graduated college and graduate school, launched their careers, and embarked on countless travel adventures that took them across North America, Europe and Asia.One hundred thirty guests, including a thirteen-person wedding party helped the couple celebrate their September 2021 marriage at Strong Mansion, Sugar Loaf Mountain. Reverend Beth O’Malley, Hood College Dean of the Chapel presided. The COVID pandemic caused the postponement of two prior wedding dates. In the meantime, Megan and Will, anxious to tie the knot, decided to go to the Frederick County Court House in November of 2020 for an intimate, outdoor wedding on a cool autumn day surrounded by the warmth of close family members. The color palette of the wedding was sage and purple with floral arrangements provided by Forever Blossoms Floral Designs. Many of the bride and groom’s closest friends and relatives were in attendance, including the bride’s paternal grandparents, who have been married for 58 years, and the bride’s maternal grandparents, who celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on July 28th. Megan and Will reside in Baltimore and plan to move to Frederick soon.