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Vol. 8, No. 6 Sept./Oct. 2002
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OSTERVILLE, MASS. — Rosemary Sheehan, the former Rosemary Komenda, turned more than 100 friends and relatives into sniffling babies as she wed her beloved Bob, the last Sheehan bachelor, on Cape Cod Sept. 14, 2002.

Bob and Rosemary kissing

There just weren't enough hankies to pass around as the bride and groom said their vows and kissed on a promontory overlooking the Atlantic Ocean during a breathtakingly beautiful wedding ceremony.

Bob and Kathy, with best man

The Sheehan World publisher and paparazzi Kathy Sheehan was there to witness it, wearing new sunglasses to hide her cries of joy over baby brother Bob getting married at age 38!

Daddy's little girl

Jeff Komenda helped daughter Rosemary plan the most spectacular wedding ceremony and reception ever and welcomed a new son and deckhand into the family.

The couple, who live in Cambridge, Mass., held their fairy-tale wedding near the bride's family home in Centerville, Mass. Three guys named Mark (AKA Mark cubed) served as groomsmen and three friends of Rosemary shared bridesmaid honors, helping to arrange more than 500 stems of roses and other flowers for the event.

An Irish band played dancing and rebel music under a large tent near a wind-swept beach, and two disc jockeys kept the crowd on its feet for nearly seven hours. Champagne, wine and beer flowed freely and a never-ending parade of helpers served oysters, lamb, shrimp, clams, chicken and other delicious food throughout a mild September evening.

The groom, who has changed his name from Robert to Bob, made it on time to the wedding despite grounding his sailboat in Hyannis Harbor a few hours before the wedding.

He wore a stylish tux with tails! She donned a strapless, bejewelled gown and a short veil that almost blew away in the wind.

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