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Wedding: Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky (2010)

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Married 31 July 2010 at the Astor Courts Estate in Rhinebeck, NY, the former home of John Jacob Astor, in a ceremony co-officiated by Rabbi James Ponet, Yale's longtime Jewish chaplain, and Rev. William Shillady, a Methodist minister. About 400 people attended.

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Rhinebeck, NY

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Madeleine Albright
Diplomat
15-May-1937   Bill Clinton's Secretary of State
Steve Bing
Film Director
31-Mar-1965   Film producer and massive political donor
Warren Buffett
Business
30-Aug-1930   Billionaire in Omaha
Bill Clinton
Head of State
19-Aug-1946   42nd US President, 1993-2001
Chelsea Clinton
Relative
27-Feb-1980   Daughter of Hillary and Bill Clinton
Hillary Clinton
Politician
26-Oct-1947   US Secretary of State, 2009-13
Roger Clinton
Relative
25-Jul-1956   Black sheep in Clinton family
Ted Danson
Actor
29-Dec-1947   Bartender on Cheers
Vernon Jordan
Business
15-Aug-1935   Advisor to Bill Clinton
Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky
Journalist
21-Jun-1942   Congresswoman from Pennsylvania, 1993-95
Terry McAuliffe
Politician
9-Feb-1957   Chairman of the DNC, 2001-05
Edward Mezvinsky
Politician
17-Jan-1937   Congressman from Iowa, 1973-77
Marc Mezvinsky
Business
15-Dec-1977   Husband of Chelsea Clinton
Diane Sawyer
Journalist
22-Dec-1945   Good Morning America
Mary Steenburgen
Actor
8-Feb-1953   Goin' South
Vera Wang
Fashion Designer
27-Jun-1949   Designer of wedding dresses


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