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  • Reynolds O'Mara deVries & Lukas Michael Hartwich

    Reynolds O'Mara deVries & Lukas Michael Hartwich
    Mr. and Mrs. Donald Spencer deVries of Newport Beach are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Reynolds O'Mara deVries to Lukas Michael Hartwich, son of Dr. and Mrs. Peter Michael Hartwich of Costa Mesa.  Miss deVries is a graduate of Newport Harbor High School and the University of Arizona.  She is employed at Ingram Micro as a Field Marketing Manager.  Mr. Hartwich is a graduate of Newport Harbor High School and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Arizona. He is employed at Green Street Advisors as a Research Analyst.  The couple is planning an October 5th wedding at the Balboa Bay Resort in Newport Beach.
  • The Crowd: Toasting guys with pink ties

    The Crowd: Toasting guys with pink ties
    The Festival of Arts grounds in Laguna Beach on April 21 was the setting for the Orange County Pink Tie Ball benefiting the foundation known as theSusan G. Komen for the Cureof Orange County. An impressive $360,000 was raised, which will be distributed...

    Madden becomes BCYC Commodore

    Tom Madden lived the first 54 years of his life without ever having set foot on a sailboat. But that didn't stop the retired 59-year-old Ingram Micro chief financial officer and longtime Newport Beach resident from taking Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club's...

    The Crowd: Another year CHOC-ful of follies

    The Crowd: Another year CHOC-ful of follies
    The CHOC Follies recently wrapped up its 15th annual production, "Christina and the Crystal Ball: A Cinderella Story for the Social Net Set." It was a four-show run that played to some 2,300 cheering fans at Orange Coast College's Robert B. Moore...