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Terra L. Thomas and Frederick J. Bach

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Terra Lynn Thomas and Frederick Joseph Bach were married at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 26 at Nellie’s Beach, Labadee, Haiti, with Gaeme Spicer officiating.

The bride is the granddaughter of Margaret L. Thomas, Watertown, and the late Theodore J. Thomas, who raised her. The groom is the son of Patricia Bach and Frederick J. Bach, Clayton. The bride was given in marriage by Daniel Thomas, Cape Vincent, uncle of the bride.

The bride wore a vintage-inspired lace gown with custom belt and carried a bridal brooch bouquet made by the bride from family heirloom brooches.

Kassi Seymour, Central Square, was her sister’s maid of honor.

Michael Mitchell, Clayton, was best man. Dawson Alteri, Clayton, nephew of the groom, was ring bearer.

Readings were performed by Jessica Spicer, Syracuse, and Jennifer Bach, Clayton, sisters of the groom, and Shawn DiPrinzio, Clayton, and Cheyenne DiPrinzio, Tuscaloosa, Ala., both relatives of the bride. A reception followed the ceremony at Olive and Twist Martini Bar, Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas. The couple took a five-night Royal Caribbean Cruise with stops in Haiti and Jamaica.

Mrs. Bach graduated in 1995 from Thousand Islands Central School, Clayton, and in 2000 from the University at Buffalo, with a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in environmental studies. She is the executive assistant to the supervisor of the town of Clayton.

Mr. Bach graduated in 2002 from Thousand Islands Central School and in 2008 from SUNY Canton, with an associate degree in civil engineering technology. He is project manager at Bach and Co., Clayton.

The couple resides in Clayton.

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