In the Navy Chapel, here, Mary Kathleen Killette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rush Killette of Washington, D.C., was given in marriage by her father last Saturday, June 6, to David Charles Turtletaub, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Michael Turtletaub of Scotch-Plains, N.J.
The bride, whose family has lived in Georgetown for four generations, was lovely in her mother's brussels lace finger-tip veil attached to a juliet cap and the ivory slipper satin and lace wedding gown featuring an off-the-shoulder neckline. She chose a bouquet of white roses, baby's breath and stephanotis. deLancey Joyce was maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Lee Ann Turtletaub, sister of the groom, Karen Neff and Katherine Yohe. Glenn Turtletaub was his brother's best man with Steven Brudner, Robert Zaleski and Paul Martin as the ushers.
The reception at Club La Serre in Georgetown followed with the Dick Morgan Quartet providing music for dancing.
Mrs. Turtletaub is a graduate of the Madeira School and Georgetown University from which she will receive her master's in English in August. Mr. Turtletaub, also a graduate of Georgetown, is with Authur Andersen & Company in this city. They will take a wedding trip to Portugal and the Canary Islands and return to live in Georgetown.