New Castle News


June 16, 2014

Lindsay Ann Badger and William Howard Brown III

NEW CASTLE — Lindsay Ann Badger and William Howard Brown III were married at 1 p.m. April 12, 2014, at St. Mary of the Mount, Grandview Avenue on Mount Washington, Pittsburgh. The Rev. Michael Stumpf officiated.

Parents of the bride are Joseph and Ann Badger of New Wilmington.

Parents of the groom are William Brown II of Gibsonia and Sandra Brown of Cranberry Township.

The bride wore a Martina Liana strapless ivory gown with floral embellishment and a train.

Her bouquet contained garden roses and peonies with a mix of white and coral flowers.

Maid of honor was Kaitlin Badger, the bride’s sister, of Pittsburgh.

Bridesmaids were Joanna McClelland, the bride’s sister, of New Wilmington, Bethanie DeLuca, the bride’s sister, of Chippewa, Nicole Ellis, the groom’s sister, of San Diego, Amy Walzer of Omaha, Neb., Bethanie Weber of Charleston, S.C., Courtney Harding of Pittsburgh and Cara Sharbaugh of Pittsburgh.

Flower girl was Mackenzie Ellis, the groom’s niece, of San Diego.

Ring bearers were Tyler Ellis, the groom’s nephew, of San Diego and Mason McClelland, the bride’s nephew, of New Wilmington.

Serving as best man was Jesse Pitell of Pittsburgh.

Groomsmen were Eric McClelland, the bride’s brother-in-law, of New Wilmington, Clint DeLuca, the bride’s brother-in-law, of Chippewa, Brian Ellis, the groom’s brother-in-law, of San Diego, Andy Rihn of Pittsburgh, Colin Wensel of Pittsburgh, Billy Omara of Chicago and Casey Dougan of San Francisco.

The reception was at The LeMont on Mount Washington.

The couple spent their honeymoon in the Grand Cayman Islands.

The bride is a graduate of Wilmington High School and Mercyhurst College. She is an insurance agent for State Farm.

Her husband graduated from Hampton High School and the University of Pittsburgh. He is in outside sales for Beacon Roofing Supplies.

The newlyweds make their home in Pittsburgh.


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