Gayle Annette Levy and Whitney Sloan Terrell were married Nov. 15 at the Concordia Argonaut Club. Rabbi Stephen Pearce officiated.

The bride received a bachelor’s degree in French civilization from U.C. Berkeley, a master’s degree in French literature from Johns Hopkins University and a doctorate in French literature from Duke University. She is associate professor of French and the honors program director at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She is the daughter of JoAnne and Jesse M. Levy of San Francisco and the sister of Robin and Janet Levy of Palo Alto.

The groom received a bachelor’s degree in English from Princeton University and a master of fine arts degree in creative writing from the Writer’s Workshop at the University of Iowa. His first novel, “The Huntsman,” was nominated as a New York Times Notable Book in 2001. He is the son of Sandra and Frank Terrell of Kansas City, Mo., and the brother of Paige Steinman of San Francisco and Starr Terrell of New York. Whitney’s grandmother is Bebo Sloan.

Maid of honor was Robin Levy. Best man was Frank Terrell. Bridesmaids were Janet Levy, Starr Terrell, Paige Steinman and Alana Schwartz. Ushers were Ed Quigley, Pierre Theodore, Warren Frazier and Dan Schwartz.