Damon Eric Romine and Charles Wayne Robbins are to be married Sunday at the Viceroy, a resort hotel in Palm Springs, Calif. The Rev. Kevin A. Johnson, a minister of the United Church of Christ, is to officiate.
Mr. Romine (left), 42, works in Los Angeles for the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, where he directs the organization’s efforts in the film and television industries. He received two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Missouri, one in communications and another cum laude in journalism.
He is a son of David R. Romine of Topeka, Kan., and the late Sharon Hill Ramberg, who lived in Marceline, Mo.
Mr. Robbins, 46, also works in Los Angeles, as the executive director of the Trevor Project, a suicide-prevention and crisis-intervention help line for gay and lesbian teenagers and young adults. He received a certificate in nonprofit administration from the University of Colorado, Denver.
He is a son of Lorna Robbins of Los Angeles and the late Conrad R. Robbins, who lived in Denver.
The ceremony is to be part of a double wedding. The other couple to be married are Mr. Romine’s father and his partner of 16 years, Larry A. Barrett, also of Topeka.