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Air Force 1st Lt. Lauren M. Lettieri has arrived in Washington, D.C., to serve as a member of the Joint Task Force-Armed Forces Inaugural Committee. The competitively selected members from the five branches of U.S. military services arrive according to a time-phased plan at the direction of the Secretary of Defense.

The lieutenant is an external division project officer with six years of military service. She is the daughter of Linda and Frank Lettieri of Jefferson Davis Highway, Arlington. Her husband, Michael, is the son of Adolph W. Sbihli of Kingspine Drive, John's Island, S.C., and Marita J. Botti of Greenview Drive, Burton, Mn High School.from H.B. Woodlawn High School, Arlington, and received a bachelor's degree in 2002 from the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo.

<sh>Kley-Gambill Wed

<bt>Mary Katherine Kley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar P. Kley of Springfield, and Ronald Paul Gambill Jr., son of Ronald P. Gambill Sr. and the late Judy Gambill exchanged wedding vows at historic Olivet Episcopal Church Saturday, Oct. 23. The Rev. Churchill J. Gibson presided at the noon services. A reception followed at the Springfield Hilton. It was followed by a limousine tour of the Capitol monuments by the wedding party.

Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple will reside in Alexandria; both are employed in Crystal City, the bride as contracting officer for DFAS, and the groom as a computer programmer with the Environmental Protection Agency.