A Momentous Crush Goes the Distance

A Momentous Crush Goes the Distance

“We fell in love with Vermont,” she said, and at first they saw each other every two or three weeks, but when she got a car they took turns driving every weekend.

In 2016, after each graduation, they were given, cum laude, an apartment in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Mr. Lakhanpal, now 26, worked for an investment bank for three years. Ms. Snow, now 27, taught first grade at Success Academy charter schools for a number of years before starting her medical degree at the University of Maryland, which is now her third year. He visited her every weekend in this long distance lap.

In July 2018, before she began her medical degree, he proposed on a beach in Turks and Caicos Islands.

They got a condo in Washington the next year when he began as director of strategic planning and corporate development at the Center for Vascular Medicine in Greenbelt, Maryland (in August he is said to be an associate at Advent International, a Boston investment firm that this will definitely be her last lap on the long haul).

They planned to get married with 200 guests in Hildene, a venue in Manchester, Vt., In July 2020, but postponed when the coronavirus pandemic set in.

On June 25, Sharon K. Burke, an officer in the Anne Arundel County District Court, was serving in the Annapolis District Court. They celebrated in the groom’s parents’ backyard with 60 guests and their Golden Retriever Bailey in an open canvas tent with champagne toast and dinner.