Carrie Rebecca Rowe and Eliot Joseph Haws Bostar were married at The Century Association on Saturday, September 26, 2015.
Bill Moyers, an ordained Baptist minister, officiated at their wedding.
The bride, a native of St. Augustine, Florida, graduated with a bachelors degree from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida, and holds a masters degree in business administration from Lynn University in Boca Raton. She coached the Lynn University women’s golf team for the last three years during which it has twice won the NCAA championship. She was also a professional at the Lago Mar Country Club in Fort Lauderdale.
She is the daughter of the late Bonnie Rowe and of David Rowe of St. Augustine. She is the stepdaughter of Cecilia Rowe.
Mr. Bostar is also a graduate of Embry Riddle, where he was awarded a bachelors degree in international business, and of St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy in Wisconsin where he was recognized as best pilot in his junior and senior years.
In his College junior summer, he interned for Governor David A. Paterson of New York and stayed as a full-time paid Special Adviser in the Executive Office until Governor Paterson’s term ended on December 31, 2010. He worked in Broward County, Florida, as Regional Field Organizer for President Obama’s 2012 presidential campaign. He is the Executive Director of the Nebraska League of Conservation Voters in Lincoln, Nebraska.
He is the son of Barbara Haws, the archivist/historian of the New York Philharmonic, and Leo Bostar, a philosopher. He is the stepson of William Josephson, founding counsel of the Peace Corps and a retired partner of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, LLP, New York.
He is the grandson of the late Barbara and Dexter Haws, also of Lincoln, and the great grandson of the late Edna and Eugene Haws and Lela and Harry Harrington and the nephew of the late Joyce and Kenneth Rhodes, all of York County, Nebraska. Dexter Haws worked for the Soil Conservation Service in Nebraska, Missouri and Wisconsin.
The couple plans to make their home in Lincoln, Nebraska.