Wedding — Terwilliger, Baca

Keith Bembry photo Rico Baca and Wade Terwilliger

PALM BEACH, Fla. — Iron Mountain native Wade Patrick Terwilliger and Rico Ricardo Baca, co-owners of Palm Beach Modern Auctions in Florida, were married in an evening ceremony on June 15, 2019, in Palm Beach.

Dr. Ann Moody Lewis, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., officiated before a gathering of 50 family members and friends at the Tideline Ocean Resort and Spa.

Attendants included Wade’s sister, Jody Terwilliger Stacy, Esq., of Breckinridge, Colo.; Wayne Terwilliger, PE, of Grosse Pointe, Mich.; Judy DiEdwardo of North Palm Beach; and Austin Baca of Aspen, Colo.

Wade is the son of Dr. Phyllis Boyle of Naples, Fla., and the late Rex Terwilliger of Iron Mountain. He is the stepson of Janet Terwilliger, also of Iron Mountain. Wade earned a bachelor of arts degree in economics, business administration and marketing from the University of Michigan.

Rico is the son of Ricardo and Marjorie Baca of Lake Charles, La. He previously owned businesses in the beauty culture industry.

Dinner and dancing followed the ceremony.

Guests of honor included Palm Beach residents Paige Rense Noland, Susan Lloyd and Dr. Robert Mackler, as well as Leroi Freeman of Paris, France; Nancy Collins of New York City; and Lee Glickman of Scottsdale, Ariz.

A champagne wedding brunch took place the next morning at The Circle dining room of The Breakers Palm Beach.

In addition to owning Palm Beach Modern Auctions, Wade and Rico co-own Urban Culture Auctions and Objects20c Gallery. All are based in West Palm Beach. They serve as advisors to the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens in West Palm Beach and support numerous other area nonprofits through their businesses’ charitable initiatives.

The couple is currently on a month-long honeymoon in Europe.

They reside in West Palm Beach.

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