New Castle News


October 7, 2012

Michelle Lynn Caughey and Bradley Alton Hall

NEW CASTLE — Michelle Lynn Caughey and Bradley Alton Hall were married at 2 p.m. July 23, 2011, at Holy Redeemer Church, Ellwood City. The Rev. Louis Pascazi performed the ceremony.

Parents of the bride are Timothy and Barbara Caughey of New Galilee.

Parents of the groom are Donald and Kathy Hall of Tionesta.

The bride wore an Angelina by Maggie Sottero diamond white gown with beaded neckline and bustled train.

Her bouquet, which the bride made, contained while lilies, and white and green roses embellished with pearls.

Vocalists were the bride’s father, Timothy Caughey, and Liz Lanshcak.

Organists was Eric Kochanowski.

Matron of honor was Shawna Burk, the bride’s sister, of Mercer.

Bridesmaids were Sara Morrison of New Galilee, Courtney Caughey, the bride’s cousin, of Poland, Ohio, Stefanie Romeo of Bessemer, Nicole Segura of Cleveland and Abby Carrieri, the groom’s sister, of Altoona.

Flower girl was Sophia Mannices of Bridgeville, Del.

Ring bearer was Aaron Burk, the bride’s nephew, of Mercer.

Serving as best man was Ryan Greathouse of Harrisburg.

Groomsmen were Kevin Byers of Bessemer, Nik Obenrader of Tionesta, Andrew Burk, the bride’s brother-in-law, of Mercer, Tyler Obenrader of Tionesta and Jimmy Carrieri, the groom’s brother-in-law, of Altoona.

The reception was held at the New Englander banquet hall.

The couple spent their honeymoon in Antigua.

The bride is a graduate of Mohawk High School, Slippery Rock University and Geneva College, where she received her master’s degree.

She is a secondary special education teacher.

Her husband is a graduate of West Forest High School and Slippery Rock University. He is a software developer.

The newlyweds make their home in Ellwood City.


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