In a rare case of good news coming from the coronavirus pandemic, one local couple used the time as an opportunity to say, “I do.”

After a seven-year engagement, Susan Geer and her fiancé Daniel Donovan tied the knot on Saturday. The two are taking advantage of the fact that Geer’s three daughters and their son-in-law are staying with them in their home in Stowe during the COVID-19 crisis.

All the best to the new couple!

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