Note: The New York Times -- May 29, 1966 DIANE STEVENS, JERRY CREEDON PLAN MARRIAGE Debutante of 1960 Will Be Wed in August to Advertising Man Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Stevens of 715 Park Avenue and Londonderry, Vt., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Diane Stevens, to Jerry H. Creedon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Creedon of New York. A wedding in August is planned. Miss Stevens attended the Bearley School and was graduated from St. Mary's-in-the-Mountains in Littleton, N. H. She received a degree from Sweet Briar College, attended the Sorbonne and received a master's degree in French from Middlebury College. She was presented at the Debutante Assembly and New Year's Ball in 1960. Her fiance, a Fordham University graduate, received a master's degree in business administration from Columbia University and is with the Lennen & Newell advertising agency. He is an assistant professor of marketing in the evening division of Pace College. The New York Times -- August 14, 1966 DIANE STEVENS, JERRY CREEDON ARE WED HERE Sweet Briar Graduate Married to Columbia Business Alumnus Miss Diane Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Stevens of 715 Park Avenue and Londonderry, Vt., was married yesterday to Jerry H. Creedon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Creedon of New York. The Rev. John J. Quinn performed the ceremony in St. Thomas More's Roman Catholic Church. The bride wore an empire style gown of Swiss voile with Swiss embroidered lace. Her tulle veil was attached to a close-fitting cap of matching lace, and she carried sweetheart roses, stephanotis and English ivy. Miss Michaell Ann Mullen was the maid of honor, and William Fissell was the best man. Mrs. Creedon, a graduate of Sweet Briar College, attended the Sorbonne and received a master's degree in French from Middlebury College. She was presented at the Debutante Assembly and New Year's Ball in 1960. Her husband, an account executive with the Lennen & Newell advertising agency, received degrees from Fordham University and Columbia Graduate School of Business. The New York Times -- September 7, 1980 MARIE-JOSE DUBOC IS MARRIED TO JEREMIAH H. CREEDON Marie-Jose Duboc of New York, daughter of Mrs. Andre Duboc of Toulouse, France, and the late Mr. Duboc, was married in New York yesterday to Jeremiah H. Creedon, also of New York. The Rev. John C. Calhoun performed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass in St. Ignatius Loyola Roman Catholic Church. The bride, an alumna of Ecole des Beaux Arts i Toulouse, attended the Art Students League and New York University. She is with the Center for Science and Technology at the United Nations. She also is an artist-weaver of tapestries and wall hangings. Mr. Creedon, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Creedon, was graduated from Fordham University and received an M.B.A. degree from Columbia University. He is president of Miracle Planter Products, a hydroponic horticultural marketing concern in New York. The New York Times, Published: November 22, 2005 CREEDON--Jeremiah (Jerry), 72. Died peacefully at his home on November 20, 2005 after struggling with pulmonary fibrosis that robbed him of breath and sapped his considerable strength. A proud graduate of Fordham ('53) and Columbia (MBA, '58). Jerry served as an officer in the U.S. Army ('54-'56). He loved his career in marketing almost as much as he loved travel; there are few places Jerry did not visit nor leave without a new friendship. Jerry's concern for the world's poor, esteem for education, love of children and strong Catholic faith prompted great generosity. A fine man, he will be missed. Friends may call at Frank E. Campbell-The Funeral Chapel, 1076 Madison Ave., Tuesday 2-4PM and 7-9PM. Mass of Christian burial, St. John Nepomucene Church, Wednesday 10AM. Interment Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Clearwater, (Fla).
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