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Jennifer L. Hill and Joshua I. Hiscock were married July 26, 2014
Jennifer L. Hill and Joshua I. Hiscock were married July 26, 2014 (Submitted photo / Submitted photo)

Jennifer Lynn Hill, daughter of Michael and Cheryl Hill, of Westminster, and Joshua Ian Hiscock, son of Luann Hiscock, of Orange, Massachusetts, and the late Gary Hiscock, were married at The University of Maryland, College Park, Memorial Chapel, on July 26, 2014.

The Rev. Carolyn Richar performed the ceremony.

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The bride was given in marriage by her parents.

Maid of honor was Brittany Hill, of Westminster, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Ashley Venneman, of College Park, Kristin LaRiviere, of Silver Spring, and Jaime Kerzner, of Crofton. The flower girl was Sofia Sinclair, of Greenfield, Massachusetts, cousin of the groom.

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Best man was Arturo Carrillo, of Washington, D.C. Ushers/groomsmen were James Core, of Kensington, John Cody, of Orange, and Jesse Sinclair, of Greenfield. The ring bearer was Camden Sinclair, of Greenfield, cousin of the groom.

The reception was held at The Samual Riggs IV Alumni Center at College Park.

After a honeymoon to St. Lucia, the newlyweds are residing in College Park.

The bride is a 2007 graduate of Francis Scott Key High School, a 2011 graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, with a Bachelor of Science in special education, and a 2012 graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, with a Masters of Education in special education. She is a special education teacher for Montgomery County Public Schools.

The groom is a 1999 graduate of Ralph C. Mahar Regional High School in Orange, a 2003 graduate of The George Washington University, with a Bachelor of Arts in American studies; and a 2005 graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park with a Master of Arts in counseling and personnel services. He is the senior director of Alumni Benefits and Services at The George Washington University.

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