Jacqueline Beh and Charles Brian Clark were married on Oct. 6 in the Church of St. Lawrence the Martyr in Sayville. They are Suffolk County case managers who met on the job. A party for the families of the bride and bridegroom was held at Casa Luis in Smithtown, the site of the newlyweds’ first date.
Mrs. Clark is a longtime contributor of “Guestwords” to The Star. Her family bought land on Napeague near the White Sands Motel in 1960 and built an early A-frame there. It was “one block from the ocean, two lots, for $3,000, in a deal which was confirmed with a $10 check,” she wrote in an e-mail. They kept the house until 1980.
“I spent summers in Montauk in the early ’70s, hanging with the dog-in-the-bed-of-the-truck-with-a-bandanna group. We chambermaided, clerked, waitressed by night and played at the beach by day. I lived everywhere from Olsen’s Cabins to the Lakeside Inn.”
The couple went to the White Sands for their honeymoon. They live in Sayville.