Mr. Sugerman, who was then dwelling in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn, mentioned that he and Ms. Lopez started turning a severe nook “at about the four-month mark,” of their relationship.
In the following months, they started seeing within the different the type of particular person every hoped to marry someday. “Maria brought a lot of stability and normality in my life,” Mr. Sugerman mentioned. “And culturally, we had many things in common.” And had graduated from Adelphi.
“Max just got me,” Ms. Lopez mentioned. “All of my weird quirks weren’t so weird to him, and he always believed in me, and he has always been my biggest cheerleader. I very quickly realized that this is someone I would never be bored with.”
After Mr. Sugerman proposed to Ms. Lopez by the Lake in Central Park, they started making marriage ceremony plans, however repeatedly, the coronavirus had different plans.
“We postponed our wedding five times because of the pandemic,” mentioned Ms. Lopez, who first selected March 27, 2020 as her marriage ceremony date and had deliberate to marry at Liberty House in Jersey City, N.J., earlier than 85 company.
The bride and groom had half that many company after they returned to the Liberty House on Nov. 21, and have been lastly married, exchanging vows earlier than Janice Wright, the groom’s mom, who turned a Universal Life minister for the occasion. The groom’s mom and father, Mike Sugerman, each work in New York for WCBS News Radio. She as a information anchor, and he’s a reporter. Also current have been the bride’s mother and father, Maria Guadalupe Lopez, a retired seamstress, and Mario Roberto Lopez, a superintendent for 67th Road Construction Corporation.