Eveline and Brian Chang Fritsch

Eveline and Brian Chang Fritsch

Brian Fritsch, the son of Doug Fritsch and Diann Hosp Fritsch of Lake Mills, and Eveline Chang, the daughter of Dr. Joseph and Louise Chang of DuBois, Pennsylvania, were united in marriage on June 16, 2018, at the University Settlement Camp in Beacon, New York.

Following an outdoor ceremony, a dinner and reception were held at the same venue.

The bridal party included Andrea Fritsch, sister of the groom; Wayland Chang, brother of the bride; and Zora Fritsch Withrow as flower girl, niece of the groom. The wedding was officiated by the Rev. Ree Hale, a friend of the groom's family.

During the ceremony, a dance was performed by Mandarin Wu, friend of the bride. Readings were offered by Louis Gulino, friend of the couple, and Charles Huang, uncle of the bride.

At the reception, along with a DJ, a live polka set was performed by the groom's family and friends, including Diann Fritsch, Sheri Whitty and Darlyne Rauh.

Brian holds a master of business administration degree from the City University of New York and a bachelor's degree from Grinnell College. He is currently the executive director of High Achievement New York, an education policy and advocacy nonprofit. Brian was a 2002 graduate of Lake Mills High School.

Eveline earned a bachelor's degree from the University of California, Irvine and a master's degree in cultural and creative industries at King's College London. Eveline is currently employed as the program director for the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy. The couple met in Brooklyn in early 2015.

They spent their honeymoon hiking in Northern New York and visiting Montreal and Quebec City. Brian and Eveline reside in Brooklyn, New York.

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