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Andrea Gianni and Zachary Kellerman were married on July 3, 2006 at Foreign Cinema in San Francisco. Rabbi Kenneth Leitner of Congregation Beth Sholom officiated the ceremony. The bride is a fifth generation San Franciscan who grew up in San Mateo and is the daughter of Anna and Kevin Hornick. She is the sister of Christina and Stephanie Gianni both of New York City. She attended San Francisco State University and received a BA in both Political Science and History. She is currently a marketing manager with Thomson-West. The groom was born and raised in San Francisco and is the son of Susan and Stephen Kellerman. He attended the California Maritime Academy in Vallejo and received a BA in Marine Transportation. He is currently a tugboat captain in San Francisco bay. The couple met in the summer of 1994 and reside in the Mission District of San Francisco.

Marc S. and Sandra H. Klein of Alameda are delighted to announce the marriage of their daughter Suzanne Allison Klein to Joshua Michael Geyer on July 2 at the Hyatt Regency in Cambridge, Mass. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Allan Lehmann, the chaplain and rabbinic director of Hillel at Brandeis University, where the newlyweds got their B.A. degrees. The bride, 24, grew up in the East Bay where she graduated from Head-Royce in Oakland. She graduated cum laude from Brandeis and is now completing her M.A. in teaching at Brandeis. She teaches third grade at Cohen Hillel Academy in Marblehead, Mass. Her father is editor and publisher of j. the Jewish news weekly of Northern California, and her mother is a neuropsychologist, practicing with Newton Medical Group in Oakland. The bridegroom, 24, grew up in Nashua, N.H. He works with low-income families in the rental assistance department of Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership. He is a son of Sanford and Marsha Geyer of Nashua. His father is a software developer and his mother is an account executive for a division of Hearst Holdings. The couple met through friends at Brandeis. The summer following Ms. Klein’s graduation they connected again through a mutual friend. Mr. Geyer and Ms. Klein were both single and living in the Boston area. Although they had been acquaintances for years, their relationship blossomed in the Boston summer heat. Suzanne is keeping her maiden name. The couple live in Somerville, Mass.