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Caleb J. Golembiewski and Teresa A. Spagnola   
Category:  Milestones & Celebrations - Engagements Start Date:  4/3/2014
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Caleb J. Golembiewski and Teresa A. Spagnola both of Syracuse, with the loving support of their families, are pleased to announce their engagement! Both are 2004 graduates of Onondaga Central Jr./Sr. High School. Caleb is a graduate of Binghamton University (School of Management) and is currently working for the Office of the State Comptroller. Teresa is a graduate of Niagara University (Early and Middle Childhood Education) and the University at Albany (Masters in Special Education and Literacy Education) and currently works at Elmcrest Children's Center. Caleb romantically proposed March 8, 2014 and a November 2014 wedding is planned.
 
 

 

 
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