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Riley - Tilstone

Published September 30. 2012 4:00AM

Lisa Christine Tilstone and Jeffrey Robert Riley were married June 2, 2012, at The Yale Club in New York City, with the bright lights of the city in the background.

The bride is the daughter of Nancy Lothrop of New Canaan and David Tilstone of Export, Pa. The groom is the son of Tom and Susan Riley of Waterford.

Jessica Kaylor was maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Ainsley Lothrop, the bride's cousin, Annie Cullen, Alison Smith, Gabrielle Barcomb, Jaime Shepard, Stacy Riley, the groom's sister-in-law, and Joseph Pawluczek (honorary). Kate and Sarah Horton, the groom's cousins, were junior bridesmaids.

Best man was David Aho. Groomsmen were David Riley, Kevin Riley and Christopher Riley, Jeff's awesome brothers, and Alex Aimetti, Artie Romeo, Kyle Castro, and Nick Bos. Nicholas and Emmett Cross, the bride's cousins, and Winston were ring bearers, and Isabella and Grace Cross, the bride's cousins, were flower girls.

The bride is a graduate of Latrobe High School, Greensburg, Pa., and Ithaca College in Ithaca, N.Y., where she received a bachelor's degree in economics. Lisa works for American Express Corp., in global advertising and brand management.

The groom is a graduate of Waterford High School and University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia with a bachelor's degree in economics. Jeff works for Torchlight Investors as a senior associate manager of strategic alliances.

The couple met attending a birthday party in New York City.

The newlyweds enjoyed a wonderful honeymoon in Anguilla and St. Maarten and currently live in Manhattan with their awesome dog, Winston.

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