Mr. Enio (Ernie) Borghi and his wife, Eileen Palladini Borghi of Framingham, formerly of Wellesley, announce the marriage of their youngest daughter, Sheila Lynn, to Alan Stuart Nash. Alan is the youngest son of Mildred Oakley Nash and the late Lieutenant Colonel Harold Nash of Arlington, Virginia. The Catholic double ring ceremony took place the morning of June 15, 1996 at the bride's childhood parish of St. Paul, Wellesley, Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology alumnus in attendance include: Dana (Keoki) Jackson, groomsman and Sigma Chi brother of Cambridge, MA; Karla Polutchko '91 of Alexandria, VA; Gene Lee '89, Sigma Chi brother of Vancouver, BC; Eric Reifschneider of San Carlos, CA; Brook Sullivan '85, Sigma Chi brother of College Park, MD; Rick Lodewick, Sigma Chi brother of Boston, MA; and Craig German '87, Sigma Chi brother of Brookline, MA.
The bride, proudly escorted by her father, wore a snow white portrait gown with a silk, sequin and pearl tight brocade bodice. A cathedral length train cascaded from her princess tulle gown; with a matching tiara of pearls, sequins and full blusher.
A day-long gala reception immediately followed the ceremony at the Henderson House estate in Weston, owned by the bride's alma mater, Northeastern University.
The bride is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Public Administration at George Washington University. The groom is a Sigma Chi brother and graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Alan participated in the 1988 NCAA National Championships as a competing gymnast for MIT. He is currently writing his graduate thesis in Electrical Engineering. He is Executive Vice President and Chief Engineer of Practical Imagineering, Inc. of Washington, D.C.
The couple enjoyed an extended holiday traveling throughout Northern Italy, including Lago di Como, Venezia, Firenze, Pisa, San Germignano, Siena, Perugia, Assisi and Roma; in addition to visiting with the bride's family in Parma. The happy newlyweds now reside in their McLean, Virginia home.