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Kim Kalunian, Ted Nesi

Kim Kalunian and Ted Nesi, television reporters in East Providence, R.I., were married Oct. 6. The Rev. Barry J. Gamache performed the ceremony at the Roman Catholic Church of St. Mary in Bristol, R.I.
The bride and groom work at WPRI, the Rhode Island CBS affiliate, in East Providence, R.I. She is a general assignment reporter and he covers Rhode Island politics.
The bride, 28, will continue to use her name professionally. She is the daughter of Karen I. Kalunian and Keith S. Kalunian of Warwick, R.I. The bride’s father retired as the owner of Keith’s Auto Sales a used-car dealership that was in Providence. Her mother helped manage the dealership.
Mr. Nesi, 33, is also an adjunct instructor of journalism at Wheaton College of Norton, Mass., from which he graduated. He is the son of Anthony R. Nesi of Mattapoisett, Mass., and the late Anne M. Lee, and is also the stepson of Patrice E. Cooper. The groom’s father retired as the first justice of the Bristol County Probate and Family Court in Taunton, Mass. The groom’s stepmother is the chief executive of UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Rhode Island, the state’s Medicaid plan, in Warwick, R.I.
The couple met in 2012, when they were both assigned to cover a forum on municipal pensions at the Community College of Rhode Island in Warwick. Tailoring the pickup-line cliché to the circumstances, he asked her, “Cover these things often?” She was charmed. “It made me laugh,” she said.
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