New Castle News
NEW CASTLE —
Jessica Anne Lynch and Michael David Cubellis were married at a 1:30 p.m. ceremony on Aug. 6, 2011, at St. Vitus Parish. The Rev. Sean Francis officiated.
Parents of the bride are Paul and Marcia Lynch of New Castle.
The groom is a son of Joseph and Cherilee Cubellis of New Castle.
The bride wore a dress from “Anne Gregory for the Bride,” designed by Stephen Yearick. The off-white gown of silk satin featured a bodice with an elongated waistine, falling to a full ball gown with pull ups in the skirt and full cathedral length train, all were heavily adorned with crystals, pearls, bugle beads, and silver lochs.
She carried a bouquet of white mini calla lilies, white roses, white dendrobium orchids and crystal embellishments. The white satin wrapped handle was adorned with rhinestones. A blue Murano glass beaded rosary from the Vatican hung from the bouquet.
Maid of honor was Tristan Richards of Jacksonville, Fla.
Matron of honor was Jennifer Lynch, sister of the bride, of Philadelphia.
Bridesmaids were Leslie Cubellis of Belle Vernon, Stephanie Cubellis, April Aven Richards, Ashley Gennock, Morgan Richards, and Michelle DiMuccio, all of New Castle, Chrissy Leidy of Cranberry Township and Hilary Kyes of Pittsburgh.
Flower girl was Margaret R. Lynch and ring bearer was G. Thomas Lynch, cousins of the bride of New Castle.
Best man duties were shared by Joseph Cubellis, brother of the groom, of Belle Vernon and Brian Calvert of New Castle.
Groomsmen were Vikas Vemuri of Philadelphia, Bobby Calvert of Austintown, Ohio; Jon Mathis, Allan Joseph, Andrew Richards, Justin Joseph, Joseph DiMuccio and Victor Cubellis, all of New Castle.
Ceremony vocalist was Marcia Miot.
Trumpeters were Jesse and Brian Croach.
Sandy DeCarbo was organist.
The reception took place at the Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh.
The couple spent their honeymoon on the Hawaiian Islands of Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii.
The bride is a graduate of Neshannock High School.
She received her bachelors of science in education from The Pennsylvania State University and her master’s in education from the University of Pittsburgh.
Her husband is also a Neshannock alumnus who received his bachelor of art degree in education from Westminster College. He teaches third grade at West Side Primary Center.
The newlyweds make their home in New Castle.