New Castle News


March 26, 2012

Corrine Lyn Piccirillo and Lee Allen Anderson

NEW CASTLE — Corrine Lyn Piccirillo and Lee Allen Anderson were married at 3 p.m. Oct. 1, 2011, in a candlelit tent at The Gathering Place, Darlington Lake. District Judge Jennifer Nicholson officiated.

Parents of the bride are Robert and Kathleen Piccirillo of Edinburg.

Parents of the groom are Lenard and Marjorie Anderson of Fombell.

The bride wore the Clark, which was made by Two, Rosa Clara, a Spanish designer. Her gown was accessorized by a black ribbon belt that featured a diamond heirloom brooch, which belonged to the groom’s grandmother. Her bouquet contained cream Vandella roses with fiddlehead fern accents. The roses were surrounded in dusty miller and the bouquet was wrapped in creamy ivory bridal satin.

Angela Toscano was vocalist.

Matron of honor was Julie Donahoe of Bethel Park.

Bridesmaids were Caitlin Veverka of California, Jessica Piccirillo, the bride’s sister-in-law, of Edinburg, Jennifer Coulter of New Wilmington, Sara Belczyk of New Brighton and Crystal Anney, the groom’s sister, of Beaver.

Groomsmen were Jason Belczyk of New Brighton, Derek Dengel of Ellwood City, Mike Hunter of Ellwood City, Bryan Piccirillo, the bride’s brother of Edinburg, Adam Black of Chippewa and Owen Anney, the groom’s nephew, of Beaver.

The bride is a graduate of Mohawk High School and St. Francis University. She is a physician assistant and assistant medical director for Med Express Urgent Care.

Her husband is a graduate of Riverside High School and Slippery Rock University. He is enrolled in the Community College of Beaver County School of Nursing.

The newlyweds make their home in New Brighton.

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