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Memories & Milestones

Kimary Marchese and George F. Fischer in February 2017 at the River Crossing Vintage Valentine Ball in Boulder.
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Marchese-Fischer wedding

The Fischer family, in Glenwood Springs since 1968, is pleased to announce the marriage of son George F. Fischer of Aurora to Kimary Marchese of Wheat Ridge. Both are volunteer board members of the nonprofit Victorian Society of Colorado. Their Victorian wedding with vows dating back to the year 1215 — complete with live dulcimer music and authentic historic attire for the wedding party and many of the guests — is well-suited for the grand jewel of the Rockies, the Hotel Colorado, and is set for March 19, 2017. It is preceded by a Victorian pool party at the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool Saturday afternoon, a dinner at the Hotel Denver and a panorama photo in front of the historic Glenwood train station and followed on Sunday by a Grand Victorian Ball at the Glenwood Arts Center.

Daniel T. Michael will preside, maid of honor is Anne Allgyer, bridesmaid is Pamela Miles, best man is Trace VanParis, and groomsman is Mike Guli.

Kimary attended the University of Denver and works as a masters level public school teacher in Brighton. Her parents are Joseph and Barbara Marchese of San Francisco.

George attended Westwood College and works for IBM. His parents are Rolly and Tillie Fischer of Glenwood Springs.

The couple plan a Cancun cruise for their honeymoon.

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