Judith Eugenie Graves and Maryellen Madden were married April 28 at Christ Church in Philadelphia. The Rev. Susan Richardson, an Episcopal priest, officiated.
Ms. Graves (left), 72, retired as a systems analyst at Westat, a professional services company in Rockville, Md., that provides research services to governmental agencies and businesses. She previously worked as an economist for the World Bank in Washington. She graduated from Cornell and received both an M.B.A. in applied economics and a master’s degree in economics from the University of California, Berkeley.
She is the daughter of the late Helen M. Graves and the late Wesley Graves, who lived in Rockville. Her father was head of the science department at Westbury High School in Westbury, N.Y. Her mother was a librarian in the Uniondale, N.Y., public school system.
Ms. Madden, 70, graduated from the University of Denver and received a law degree with honors from Duke, when she was then Paul Madden. She returned to Duke Law School last fall as a guest lecturer on transgender history and is now counsel to the Philadelphia law firm Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney, where she practices commercial litigation.
Her parents are the late Marguerite Madden and the late Paul Madden, who lived in Arlington, Tex. Her father was a typographer with a printing factory in Denison, Tex. Her mother served in the Women’s Army Corps in New Guinea during World War II.
The couples’ previous marriages ended in divorce.
The couple met in 2016 on Match.com.