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Moran-Murphy


January 05. 2018 9:03PM
Justin Murphy and Meg Moran 



Margaret Claire Moran, daughter of Douglas J. Moran and Marcia Hennelly Moran of Concord, was joined in marriage to Justin Michael Murphy, son of Michael Murphy and Karen Murphy of Fair Haven, New Jersey, on New Year's Eve at St. Denis Catholic Church in Hanover. The Rev. Steven Montesanti and the Rev. Anthony Penna, SJ celebrated the wedding Mass.

The maid of honor was the bride's sister, Rosemary Moran Vos of Boston, Massachusetts. Other bridesmaids were Madeline Moran of Arlington, Virginia, and Katherine Moran Mullin of Charlottesville, Virginia, sisters of the bride, and Elizabeth Chase Fitzsimmons of New York, New York, the bride's sister-in-law to-be.

The bride's nieces, Evelyn Mullin and Cecilia Mullin, were the flower girls.

The best men were the groom's three brothers, Ryan Murphy of Hershey, Pennsylvania, Kyle Murphy of Providence, Rhode Island, and Brendan Murphy of Fair Haven, New Jersey. The remaining groomsman was the bride's brother, Thomas Moran of New York, New York.

Mrs. Murphy graduated from Bishop Brady High School in Concord and received her bachelor's degree from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, and a master's degree in business administration from the Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, in Hanover. She is a senior manager in human resources for Johnson and Johnson within the New Jersey supply chain in Raritan, New Jersey.

Mr. Murphy graduated from Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Connecticut, and received his bachelor's degree from Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. He is the vice president for sales and marketing at Halsted Corporation in Cranbury, New Jersey.

The couple will reside in Rumson, New Jersey, after a wedding trip to Hawaii.


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