Who Is This Week’s Huppah Dreams Winner?
The suspense is killing me.
Each Monday, we choose the most interestingly Jewish announcement from that Sunday’s New York Times Weddings/Celebrations section. This week we’ve got a bevy of great candidates from which to choose. But the winning couple is Ilana Kellerman and Jordan Moss.
Ilana, in addition to being a U.S.C. doctoral student in clinical psych, happens to be the daughter of not only two medical professionals, but also the daughter of the only married couple to ever appear on the NY Times bestseller list at the same time (for two different books). That’s right, Dr. Faye Kellerman, the oral hygienist turned detective novelist is the bride’s mother and Jonathan Kellerman, a professor/clinical psychologist/author of suspense novels, is the doting father. Bridegroom Jordan is studying educational counseling and marriage and family therapy at U.S.C. He is the son of Dr. Kenneth Moss, an anesthesiologist.
That’s five medical professionals, two best-selling novelists, and one budding union. Mazel tov to the happy couple!
Ilana Kellerman, Jordan Moss [NY Times]
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