I married the most beautiful girl on earth. While there are stressful times planning a wedding, I remember that ours was also a lot of fun. The video above shows some of our friends and family as we build up to the big day.
San Diego was fantastic! Our wedding was at the Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla, CA. It was followed by the reception at the Starlight Room, featuring a retractable roof on the top floor of the Bristol Hotel in downtown San Diego. The band was “The Heroes” who I believe are still playing today in San Diego.
I am looking forward to spending another 20 years together with Steph!
…and Yeah, 90’s music!
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While in Florida visiting her father, brother, and family, Stephanie had the opportunity to watch her alums beat Tennessee! With her is her bestest friend Marci. Timothy is there too and is a young Gator fan in the making!
Stephanie’s first tour as an Ensign was at Chief of Navy Operations (OPNAV) 644, she worked directly for Admiral James D. Watkins in the Pentagon. She was the Division Chief of the World Wide Military Command and Control System (WMMCS), which later became the Global Command and Control System (GCCS). One of only two Ensigns among an office of senior offices, Stephanie had to hold her own. After two years, she rotated to Suitland, Maryland to a place called the Navy Operational Intelligence Center (NOIC). She further sharpened her briefing skills here and picked up a few more with help from many of her mentors, mainly, Bill Reiske. In the picture above, Stephanie is receiving her end of tour award, a Navy Achievement Medal upon her departure in 1989.