Weatherford Democrat

Engagements

November 28, 2008

Genz, Aschenbrenner plan spring wedding

When asked to describe her fiancé, Tiffany Genz (a Weatherford native) simply says, “I went all the way to New York to find my Southern Gentleman.”

And that’s exactly what she did. Tiffany, was recruited immediately after college graduation for a marketing position at Del Labs, the Sally Hansen cosmetics and pharmaceuticals company. New to New York, Tiffany quickly made friends through various college networks. Tiffany and Todd Aschenbrenner, a native New Yorker, were soon introduced by their mutual friend, Wayne.

Once they met, the chemistry between Tiffany and Todd continued to grow. The two professed their love for each other while spending a romantic day out East on Long Island at a vineyard. A little more than a year later, Todd took Tiffany to their favorite Mexican restaurant. Tiffany, thinking that they were celebrating her new job promotion, was completely shocked when Todd popped the question. Tiffany immediately said YES!

Tiffany and Todd are strong independent people, full of character and a strong sense of family. Todd is a Vice President at JP Morgan Chase and Tiffany is a Corporate Advertising Manager at Fruit of the Loom, Inc. They both reside in New York City.

Tiffany, daughter of Vince and Karen Genz of Weatherford, Texas, will be married to Todd, son of Erik and Gayle Aschenbrenner of Syosset, New York, this spring in Tiffany’s hometown.

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