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Natalie and Darin met in 1996 at Santa Clara University. One of Darin’s high school math teachers, “Mr. Orlich” is a good family friend of the Miladinovich’s. Mr. Orlich asked Darin to “look out” for his “niece” as she was a freshman and Darin was a sophomore. They met and became good friends. After graduation they maintained their friendship by taking sign language classes together and chatting online. In November of 2000, after Darin spent the summer in New England working at a Children’s Summer Camp and Natalie had been in “retirement” something clicked. The two dated for about two years, and Darin proposed on December 5th, 2002. They were married at Santa Clara University on April 24, 2004. For more information on the wedding weekend, check out the Wedding Mini-Site.

About Darin
Darin Russell Moss was born September 4, 1976 in Redwood City, California to Russ and Doreen Moss. He grew up in South San Francisco, attending All Souls Catholic School for grades K-8, and continued to South San Francisco High School where he focused on Math and Computer Science. Darin also attended Santa Clara University where he majored in Computer Engineering, worked with Housing and Residential Life, and participated actively with Campus Ministry. After graduation in June of 1998, Darin traveled to Europe, and then returned to the Bay Area to take a position with PeopleSoft in August of 1998. After a nearly 8 year tenure, he moved just across the freeway to Sybase, where he is now a Director of the Program Management Office within Information Technology (IT). Darin has a younger sister, Alisa, and a niece, Aubriana, who are a very important part of his life.

About Natalie
Natalie Marie Miladinovich was born September 22, 1977 in Hayward, California to Don and Edie Miladinovich. They brought her home to Danville, California to meet her two older sisters, Shelly and Sophie. She grew up in Danville going to public schools and gaining interest in politics. Natalie went to Santa Clara University where she studied Political Science and Religious Studies. Her free time was spent in Associated Students and Campus Ministry. Her Junior year, she spent a memorable semester in Washington, D.C. interning for Senator Dianne Feinstein and attending classes at American University. That next summer she interned for Congresswomen Ellen O. Tauscher, where she went to work after she graduated in May, 1999. After working for Ellen for a year, she decided to take a temporary “retirement.” Natalie spent time consulting on a political campaign, traveling, and spending time with family, especially her niece, Hannah, and nephew, Tyler. In December of 2000, Natalie accepted a position at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory as an Immigration Specialist. Natalie completed her work at the Lab in 2006, when she transitioned to UC Davis to complete her MBA, and successfully graduated in June of 2007.  Natalie currently consults for The Home Mag, a publication serving the greater East Bay Area

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