Knepper, Nagle married
Heather Rowena Knepper and Sean Patrick Nagle, both of Denver, were united in holy matrimony on Oct. 2 on the lawn of the Snowmass Club. The Anglican ceremony was conducted by the Reverend Charis Caldwell of Glenwood Springs, and a string quartet under the direction of Wendy Larson of Aspen provided the music.
Michael Cassady and Scott Nagle, the groom’s brothers, both from Chicago, stood as best men. Mrs. Jonathan (Kelly Knepper) Stephens, of Washington, D.C., the bride’s sister, was her matron of honor, and also attended by eight bridesmaids and groomsmen.
Following the ceremony and cocktail reception on the upper lawn, the guests enjoyed a formal dinner and dancing to the music of the Hazel Miller Orchestra under a candle-lit tent on the club’s deck.
The couple met in Denver, where they both worked for Qwest, and discovered they had both grown up in the Chicago area. They had also spent much time in the Aspen-Snowmass area. Sean proposed to Heather last Christmas during a horse-drawn sleigh ride stop in Hillyard Park.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Edward Knepper of Chicago, formerly of Barrington, Ill. Ms. Knepper attended the University of Wisconsin in Madison, where she joined Gamma Phi Beta sorority and was a member of the Women’s Varsity Golf Team. Ms. Knepper graduated in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in history. She is currently employed by All Copy Products, Inc., of Denver.
The groom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nagle of Lake Forest, Ill., and Basalt, graduated from the Brooks School in North Andover, Mass., in 1999. He attended Denver University, graduated in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and received an MBA in 2009. He is employed in the Denver office of Czarnowski, Inc., a global exhibit and event services company.
Following the wedding festivities, the newlyweds left for a honeymoon in Ireland.
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