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Cheryl Thomas will marry Andrew Rothschild in June. - Photo courtesy of Susan Cuadra
Cheryl Thomas will marry Andrew Rothschild in June.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Susan Cuadra

Gilbert and Susan Cuadra of Greenbank, formerly of Midland, Texas, are delighted to announce the engagement of Susan’s daughter, Cheryl Rose Thomas, to Dr. Andrew Sloane Rothschild, son of Mrs. Sandy Rothschild of Silver Spring, Md.

The bride-to-be is the daughter of Ed Thomas of Midland, Texas and is the granddaughter of the late John F. and Barbara Andrews of Tallahassee, Fla., and the late Ed W. and Annie Thomas of Big Spring, Texas.

Thomas is a 1998 graduate of Midland High School. While in high school, she performed with, and is currently a life member of, Midland Festival Ballet. She is a 2003 graduate of Marymount Manhattan College in New York, NY, where she earned a bachelor of fine arts degree and was a member of MMC Dance Company. Thomas earned a teaching certificate from Texas State University in San Marcos in 2011.  She is presently pursuing employment in dance education.

The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of the late Samuel and Jeanne Pemstein of Silver Spring, Md.

Rothschild is a 1987 graduate of JFK High School in Silver Spring, Md. He received his bachelor of science in biology and saxophone from Baldwin-Wallace College and Conservatory in Berea, Ohio in 1991.  He went on to earn a master of science in biophysics and physiology from Georgetown University in Washington, D. C. in 1992.  In 1998, he received a master of public health in medical administration and, in 1999, a medical doctorate from the George Washington University School of Public Health and School of Medicine.

Rothschild is currently employed by Forensic Technologies International Healthcare Consulting in addition to being a public speaker at national medical conferences and writing a book for children.

The couple, who reside in Austin, Texas, are to be wed at Bolger Center in Potomac, Md. on June 23.

 

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