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Teehan, Edinger to wed

John and Linda Teehan, of New Jersey, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jill, to Michael Timothy Edinger, son of Timothy and Rosemarie Edinger, of Maryland.

Jill and Michael met in Aspen, where they both currently reside. Jill, who is a 2002 graduate of Brown University, graduated from the London School of Economics in 2005 and Georgetown University Law School in 2008. After working as an associate attorney with Debevoise & Plimpton LLP in New York City, she relocated to Aspen, where she currently practices law with a boutique litigation firm, Praxidice PC.

Michael is a 2006 graduate of Northeastern University, where he received an undergraduate and master’s degree in architecture. After that, Michael worked for the Aspen-based architecture firm David Johnston Architects and now works with Aspen-based development and contracting firm Aspen Constructors. Jill founded the nonpartisan Aspen Democracy Initiative and serves on the Public Affairs Committee of the Aspen Chamber Resort Association. Michael is spearheading the Hub Aspen effort to bring incubator business space to Aspen. The wedding will take place in summer 2014 in Spring Lake, N.J.

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