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Sita Farrell - Ronald Rodriguez
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Sita Farrell and Ronald Rodriguez, both of Arlington, Va., were married Dec. 7 in the British West Indies. The Grace Bay Beach ceremony was officiated by Leslie S. Myers.

The bride, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of John and Trudi Farrell, and Rachel and Rick Silva of North San Juan. She is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Harvard University. She is a refugee resettlement officer for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

The groom is the son of Romeo Rodriguez of Jersey City, N.J., and Violeta Conge of Centreville, Va. He is a graduate of George Mason University with a degree in government and politics. He is the owner and president of Rodriguez Global Investors of Atlanta, Ga.

The bride wore a sleeveless, white organza dress with pearls, and carried a spray of orchids.

The bride’s oldest brother, Sean Farrell, and mother Rachel Silva gave the bride away.

Wedding vows were exchanged inside a circle of flowers on the beach.

Approximately 40 guests joined the couple for the ceremony and dinner reception at the Turks & Caicos Resort.

Music was provided by a reggae band.

The Caribbean rum cake was decorated with fresh flowers.

The maid of honor was Rebecca Jones. The bridesmaids were Rachael Navarrete and Kristina McKenzie. The flower girl was the bride’s niece, Cheyenne Stuart, age 7. The ring bearer was the bride’s nephew, Jonathan Stuart, 10.

The best man was Nick Medina. The groomsmen were Conor and Emmet Farrell.

The guest book attendant was Maricelle Rodriguez.

The couple honeymooned in the British West Indies.

They reside in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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