As published in the nytimes.com August 12, 2011
Lucinda Jackson Herrick and Charles Simonton Moffett were married Saturday at St. John’s Church on Fishers Island, N.Y. The Rev. Michael E. Spencer, an Episcopal priest, performed the ceremony.
The bride, 57, is keeping her name. She is a commissioner of the Fishers Island Ferry District and until October was the commodore of the Fishers Island Yacht Club. She graduated from McGill and received an M.B.A. from Insead, the French business school in Fontainebleau, France.
She is a daughter of Edith B. Herrick of Essex, Conn., and Daniel Herrick of Delray Beach, Fla.
The bridegroom, 65, is an executive vice president and a vice chairman at Sotheby’s in New York, where he specializes in Impressionist, modern and contemporary art. He was the senior curator of paintings from 1987 to 1992 at the National Gallery of Art in Washington. He graduated from Middlebury and has a master’s in fine arts from New York University.
He is the son of the late Faith Locke Phelps, who lived in Camden, S.C., and the late Charles S. Moffett, who lived in Virginia Beach.
The bride’s previous marriage ended in divorce, as did the bridegroom’s previous two marriages.
A version of this article appeared in print on August 14, 2011, on page ST14 of the New York edition.