Matchmaker to Wall Street

Lory Kelsey’s eyes grow wide like a child with a secret. She can feel it. She’s on the verge of a love match.

'Let’s say I introduced you to this lady and it was like a fireball, all-consuming like a rocket', she tells Thomé Nicocelli, 44, who’s on the other side of her desk. 'Are you ready to move into the house and have a family?'

Bloomberg News reports that Nicocelli equivocates. Kelsey pushes back. Finally Nicocelli says, 'Yes, I’m ready'.

The divorced dad of a 10-year-old daughter is Italian-born, handsome, well-educated, oozing charm and sophistication. He has it all. Earlier in the day, Kelsey met a 38-year-old woman, smart, sophisticated and, like magic, the two popped into her head as a pair. Next steps - coffee, a Valentine’s Day dinner? - are up to them.

Kelsey calls her mental couplings a gift, one backed up by the hard work of getting to know her charges. Matchmaking these days may conjure computer algorithms and faceless online chats, but Kelsey’s business is hands-on and homespun.

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