It’s our 25th Wedding Anniversary!

Jeff Kaz and I got married on June 2, 1990, and it has truly been 25 years of marital bliss!

Wedding pics

 

We met on the job at DeBordieu where, at the time, Jeff was the Accountant and I was the Marketing Manager and Club Membership Coordinator.

Wedding pic group

 

 

 

 

The small ceremony was at St. Mary’s Church in Georgetown. Father Johnny Bench (the priest, not the ball player) officiated. It was a small wedding, attended only by family…… and Helga….one of our all-time favorite co-workers, who crashed…. LOL. And that was OK with us.

After the wedding, we hopped in the limo and headed to the reception at the ocean front DeBordieu Beach Club, where we celebrated with all our co-workers and friends…. except my BFF Kim Fox, who I forgot to invite, and who teasingly reminds me about that about once a week.

Wedding pic Dad's cake

June 2 was also my father’s birthday, so we surprised him with a birthday cake and sang “Happy Birthday Archie!”

 

After the reception, we headed to Charleston, about an hour south of DeBordieu. It was during the Spoleto Festival, so our buddies Julia and Paul Tucker hopped in the limo with us and we rode around the Charleston festivities drinking champagne and acting like big shots. The next morning, we left for our honeymoon in Bermuda.

Wedding pic dance

Currently, we are living happily ever after and still work at DeBordieu where Jeff is the General Manager of DeBordieu Club, and I sell real estate at DeBordieu Colony Real Estate.

To plan your wedding at DeBordieu, contact Kelly@DeBordieuClub.com and check out the awesome pictures of  WEDDINGS AT DEBORDIEU on FaceBook.

For information about purchasing a home, lot or villa at DeBordieu or the Pawleys Island area, contact me! The Bride! TroiKaz@DeBordieu.com.

DeBordieu Colony is an oceanfront community located just south of Pawleys Island, South Carolina that features private golf and tennis, saltwater creek access to the ocean, a manned security gate, and luxury homes and villas surrounded by thousands of acres of wildlife and nature preserves.

 

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