Galardi | TroyBeth Troy, daughter of William Troy and Georgia Kennedy of Manhattan, and Susan Galardi, daughter of Richard Galardi and Marie Gallo of Pittsburgh were married on October 19, in an outdoor ceremony officiated by Southampton Town Board member Bridget Fleming held at the couple’s Sag Harbor home.
During the ceremony, Ms. Troy’s mother, former Broadway actor Georgia Kennedy, sang “I Wish You Love.” Ms. Galardi sang “The Book of Love,” and an original version of “All I Know.” Afterwards, Ms. Galardi accompanied the couple’s son, Hudson Galardi-Troy, who sang the Beatles “I Will.” As the couple exited the ceremony, The Eurythmic’s “There must be an Angel” played.
Readings were given by Ms. Troy’s sister, April Troy-Ferrer, and Ms. Galardi’s sister, Judith Galardi. The couple’s son was the ring bearer.
The couple met 16 years ago in New York City at a professional networking group, where Ms. Galardi was the guest speaker. At the meeting Ms. Galardi discussed her original musical featured in an off-Broadway comedy about two women debating whether or not to get married and have a child.
Ms. Troy attended Hunter College in Manhattan and built a career as a sales manager and director on Wall Street, and owned a recruitment firm on Madison Avenue for 10 years. She is currently a real estate agent at Brown Harris Stevens in Sag Harbor.
Ms. Galardi graduated from Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh and the Manhattan School of Music, and has worked in New York as a creative executive at major advertising agencies. Locally, she worked as special sections editor for The Press News Group; editor of VOX magazine, and managing editor of Dan’s Papers. She currently works at The Parrish Art Museum as director of communications, marketing and digital strategies.
In 2004, the couple relocated to their second home in East Hampton, and have lived in Sag Harbor since 2009.