Guerrieri-Adams engagement

By From page A7 | March 28, 2013

Lauren Guerrieri of Davis and Jaymes Adams of Chickasha, Okla. are engaged to be married.

Adams and Guerrieri met on the Oklahoma Health Science Campus. Jaymes proposed to Lauren while on the beach along the Monterey-Carmel coast on March 19, 2013.

The bride-to-be is the daughter of Maureen and Dennis Guerrieri of Davis. She is a track and field scholar athlete and competed in the discus at the University of Southern California while earning her bachelor’s degree in psychology with a concentration in public health.

After graduation, with two seasons of collegiate eligibility left, she was recruited by the University of Oklahoma to compete on their track and field team. She will graduate this May from the University of Oklahoma with her master’s of public health with a concentration in emergency preparedness and terrorism.

The groom-to-be is the son of Belinda and James Adams of Chickasha, Okla. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a bachelor’s degree in zoology with an emphasis in biomedical science. He is attending the University of Oklahoma and will receive his master’s of public health with a concentration in epidemiology this May.

He is interning at the Oklahoma State Department of Health and working with the Centers for Disease Control’s Epidemic Intelligence Service Office regarding his research on West Nile virus outbreaks in Oklahoma.

The couple will move to Davis this summer and plan to be married sometime in the summer of 2014. The wedding will take place at the Guerrieri household in Davis.

Anna Sturla

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