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Saturday, October 28, 2006

MEET ALL THE Plaintiff Couples (HEROES!)
in Lambda Legal’s New Jersey Marriage Lawsuit:
Lewis v. Harris

Pictured: Sarah & Suyin Lael with Zenzali, Danica & Tanaj

Leading the list of plaintiff couples are Mark Lewis and Dennis Winslow, two Episcopalian pastors from Union City, Hudson County who have been a couple for 15 years. In addition to Lewis and Winslow, the plaintiff couples in the case are: Karen and Marcye Nicholson-McFadden, who have been together 17 years and are raising a seven-year-old son, Kasey, and three-year-old daughter, Maya; Saundra Heath-Toby and Alicia Toby-Heath, who have been together 17 years and are leaders in Newark’s Liberation In Truth Unity Fellowship church; Craig Hutchison and Chris Lodewyks, who have been a couple for 35 years and live in Pompton Lakes; Marilyn Maneely and Diane Marini, a southern New Jersey couple who were together for 14 years before Marilyn died tragically in the fall of 2005; Sarah and Suyin Lael, a 16-year couple raising three girls, nine-year-old Zenzali, seven-year-old Tanaj and six-year-old Danica; and Maureen Kilian and Cindy Meneghin, a couple of 32 years with a 14-year-old son, Josh, and an 12-year-old daughter, Sarah.

SEE images and read about them here at Lambda Legal!
GAIN insight from their individual affidavits?(PDF)

Lambda Legal’s attorneys on the case were David Buckel and Susan Sommer. Lawrence S. Lustberg of Gibbons, DelDeo, Dolan, Griffinger & Vecchione, one of New Jersey’s largest and most prestigious law firms, was a cooperating attorney for Lambda Legal.

Editor's Note: Thank you and congratulations to you all! We stand behind you as the battle for one-hundred percent marriage equality moves forward! Thanks for your courage and strength!


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