Carey and Fuller
Helen Carey and Nathan Fuller were married on September 16, 2017, in Central Park’s South Conservatory Garden, New York, NY. The bride is the daughter of John and Mary Carey of Freehold, NJ. The bride’s mother grew up in Lawrence, Kan.; her father, Robert D. Tomasek, is a Professor Emeritus of Latin American Studies at Kansas University and still resides in Lawrence. Her mother, Ruth Tomasek, died May 6, 2016, at Presbyterian Manor in Lawrence, Kan. Ruth was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church and its choir and was a dedicated volunteer driver for Meals on Wheels for 25 years. The bride spent many summers in Lawrence and now visits yearly with her husband. The groom is the son of Russell Fuller of Cookstown, NJ, and Emily Logue and Peter Hoyle (stepfather), of Hamilton, NJ. The bridal party included friends Tamar Poulsen, Colleen Cassidy, Michael Zolnowski, and Christina Alaimo. The groom’s party included friends Ron Seidel and John Wintermute, and Nathan’s sisters, Holly Fuller and Sierra Fuller. A friend of the couple’s, Meir Galimidi, officiated the ceremony and performed a poetry reading, as did the father of the groom and Jenna Frazzini, a friend of the couple’s. Helen and Nathan met at The College of New Jersey in 2008 and currently reside in Morningside Heights, Manhattan. Helen works as a copy editor and blogger, and Nathan works in political activism and campaigning. They recently returned from a honeymoon in the Greek Cyclades islands.