Taylor and Benjamin Fleury
Taylor Murgo and Benjamin Fluery were married Oct. 6 at the Omni Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods. William Mellekas, justice of the peace, performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, John-Ross Murgo.
Christie Fluery of Quincy, Mass., sister of the groom, was maid of honor. Emily Stanton of Salem, Jessica Gladstone of Pembroke, Jennifer Mayo of Peperill, Mass., and Kristen Wilcox of New York were bridesmaids. Veronica Walsh, Maya and Asha Chattoraj and Molly O’Connor were flower girls.
Sherwood Fluery of Mashpee, Mass., father of the groom, was best man. Aaron Youngman of Tilton, Jake Dube of Wolfeboro, PJ Hart of North Carolina and Brad Solomon of Dover were groomsmen. Readers were Betty Slater, aunt of the groom, and Michael Murgo, brother of the bride. Robert Palmer was an usher.
The bride, daughter of Linda Murgo of Merrimack, earned a master’s of education degree in school counseling from Rivier College. She is a guidance counselor for Franklin Middle School and Jennie Blake Elementary.
The groom, son of Sherwood and Jackie Fluery of Mashpee, Mass., is working toward a master’s of business administration from Plymouth State University. He is a business analyst for Ingenix in Manchester.
The couple took a wedding trip to Jamaica and lives in Concord.