Alex Ethan Fishman and Anthony Richard Shirk were married March 21 at their house in New York. Rabbi Gary Katz officiated. On Nov. 8, the pair is to have a celebratory ceremony led by Rabbi Matthew L. Green at the Roundhouse, an gatherings area in Beacon, N.Y.
Mr. Fishman (still left), 29, is a senior innovation manager at PepsiCo in New York. He graduated magna cum laude from the College of Pennsylvania.
He is the son of Debra J. Fishman and Dr. Randy T. Fishman of West Bloomfield, Mich. Mr. Fishman’s mom is a keep-at-house mum or dad. His father is a dentist at quite a few facilities in the Detroit metropolitan location.
Mr. Shirk, also 29, works in New York as a alternatives expert for Pegasystems, a program firm concentrated on consumer engagement and electronic process automation primarily based in Cambridge, Mass. He graduated from Duke.
He is a son of Susan M. Shirk and Dr. William R. Shirk Jr. of Royersford, Pa. Mr. Shirk’s mother is a nurse for Phoenixville Location Middle College in Phoenixville, Pa. His father is the superintendent of the Pottsgrove University District in Pottstown, Pa.
The pair satisfied in September 2014 through the courting application Hinge. Just after their initial date in the West Village in New York, the pair knew they had a spark that would past. In 2018, each and every groom surprised the other with a relationship proposal. Mr. Shirk proposed to Mr. Fishman in the course of a SoulCycle course in the West Village. Mr. Fishman proposed to Mr. Shirk at their favored frozen yogurt shop, 16 Handles, in Chelsea in New York.