Arlene Appelrouth is thrilled to announce the marriage of her son Jed Ian Appelrouth to Suzanne Novella Roberts.
Suzanne and Jed were married at the High Museum of Art Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019. The Honorable C. Ray Mullins, whom Suzanne clerked for after graduating from law school, officiated the ceremony.
Suzanne, a native of New York, works as the associate general counsel for Oglethorpe Power Corp. Suzanne graduated from Duke University with a bachelor’s degree in public policy and economics. She graduated from Georgia State University College of Law. Suzanne is the daughter of Anne Fletcher of North Carolina and the late R. Blaine Roberts.
Jed, a native of Chicago, is the president and founder of Applerouth Tutoring Service. Jed graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s in economics and international studies. He completed a master’s degree in professional counseling and a doctorate in educational psychology from GSU. Jed is the son of Arlene and the late Dr. Daniel J. Appelrouth.
The wedding took place in the atrium of the High Museum under a floral chuppah designed by Justine Rubin. Suzanne’s sister, Michelle Roberts, was the woman of honor, and Jed’s friends, Larry Golsen and David Poline, were the best men. Jed’s sister, Michelle Seltzer, and Suzanne’s friend from Duke, Jena Jamal, read poetry selected by Jed and Suzanne. The couple exchanged their own vows and celebrated their union before friends and family. The reception took place in the museum’s Wieland Pavilion and Taylor Lobby, where guests danced the night away to the musical talents of The Rupert’s Orchestra.