Jaguar, Nieder marry in Coupeville

The couple was married on Aug. 8.

Victoria Jaguar, daughter of Dr. Walter Jagiella and Ms. Constance DePew, and Dan Nieder, son of Dr. Michael Nieder, Jan Pickard, and Anne Harvey, of Coupeville, were married on Aug. 8.

The ceremony was held at the home of Pickard and Harvey, which overlooks Ebey’s Prairie in Coupeville. Harvey officiated the ceremony.

The bride graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University and holds a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. She was living in Los Angeles before moving to Seattle to be with Dan.

The groom graduated from Coupeville High School, has a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Puget Sound, and is a real estate developer in Seattle.

For the past 17 years Dan, together with Coupeville alum Jason Legat, has awarded the annual Leganieds Scholarship to a Coupeville High School graduating senior.

After taking a covid-friendly honeymoon in the Olympic Peninsula, the couple is residing in Seattle.

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