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Congratulations on the engagement of the Tuss

You may remember Adam Tuss. Tuss works for WTOP, Washington, D.C.'s all-news radio station. (See Tuss' WTOP bio here.) But he also acts as the host of FCW's Trends in Technology radio program, which airs on WTOP's sister station, Federal News Radio. We also posted them on FCW.com. (You'll find them at the bottom of this page.) Those programs will be starting up again in a few weeks.

Anyway, as a result of doing the show, Tuss and I have become friends. And on Saturday, he got engaged. And he did it in a great way. He and his now fiancée, Caroline Baker, who is a teacher for Fairfax County, Va., schools, were traveling in Ireland last week. On Saturday, they were in Dublin where Adam proposed to Caroline, in St. Stephen's Green, if you know Dublin at all... and then they went to a nearby hotel where they were greeted by their respective families... and Caroline didn't know about any of this. And the people at the hotel treated them like rock stars. How perfect is that?

Congrats to them both.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Apr 09, 2007 at 12:16 PM


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