Louise Lennig Henry and James Dennis Kamihachi were married by the Rev. James Shand in St. Mary Anne's Church, North East, Md., last Saturday at four o'clock. The reception followed at Piney Creek Farm, home of the bride's father, Howard G. Henry. The bride is daughter also of Mrs. Lennig Henry of Bryn Mawr, Pa. Mr. Kamihachi is the son of Mrs. James N. Kamihachi of Seattle, Wash. and the late Mr. Kamihachi.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore silk taffeta with a delicate lace capelet bodice and a chapel length train bordered with matching lace. The matron of honor, Mrs. Marc Brown, was gowned in an Albert Nipon design. John Ager was best man and the ushers were Roy Gamse, Christopher Getman, Frans Kok, and Irving Susel.
Mrs. Kamihachi, a graduate of Centenary Junior College (N.J.) and Baldwin-Wallace College (Ohio), was supervisor with Blue Cross-Blue Shield in Washington, D.C. Mr. Kamihachi, a cum laude graduate of Williams College (Mass.) and Harvard Business School, was Chief of Water Economics, Branch of the Environmental Protection Agency. He will be Director of the Policy and Evaluation Office in Seattle, Wash.
After a weddding trip to Nantucket, Mr. and Mrs. Kamihachi will live in Seattle.