Wedding Announcement: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fondu of Bedford

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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fondu of Bedford are delighted to announce the engagement of their son, Robert Henry Fondu, to Nicole Romeo Parros, the daughter of Mrs. Susan Romeo Riordan of Rye and Mr. John Parros of Los Angeles.

Mr. Fondu proposed to Ms. Parros in Aix-en Provence, France, befitting his affinity with the country. This was one of the many places the couple visited during their two-week trip through France and Spain.

The future groom is a graduate of Fordham Preparatory School and Furman University. He is employed by Publicis Groupe in Manhattan.

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The future bride is a graduate of Rye High School and James Madison University. She is currently employed by OMD Worldwide in Manhattan.

The couple resides on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and is happily planning their upcoming nuptials to be held June 2019 in Newport, R.I.

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