Sunday Register in Sandusky, Ohio
23 Feb 2003

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23 Feb 2003

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Sunday Register (Newspaper) - February 23, 2003, Sandusky, Ohio A Sandusky Register sunday february 23, 2003 weddings Annette Dawn Rockwell oct. 12, 2002 Annette Dawn Rockwell and Bradley James Simon were married in Milan presbyterian Church he Rev. Richard Shipley officiated at the 4 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of Steven and Kim Rockwell 22 Broad St., Groom is the son of Debra Simon Rice of Berlin Heights and the late Thomas Simon. Honor attendant was Adri Anne Rockwell of Milan. Bridesmaid was Amanda Gfell of Columbus. Junior bridesmaid was Carly Finton of Milan. Best Man was Benjamin Simon of new Lersey. Groomsmen were Gordon Simon and Patrick Rockwell both of Milan. The reception was at Milan town Hall ballroom. The Bride graduated in 1997 from Edison 1 Ligh school and from Bowling Green state University with a degree in business administration specializing in marketing. She is employed at Norweck inc., Norwalk. Her husband graduated in Bradley James Simon Annette and Bradley Simon 1996 from Edison High school and attends Bowling Green state University. He is employed at newcomer Concrete. 1 he couple took a wedding trip to Aruba. They live at 33 Berlin St., Milan. Courtney j. Rogus sept. 7,2002 Courtney j. Rogus and James l. Murray were married at St. Ann Catholic Church Cleveland Rev. James Singler officiated at the 1 30 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. William a. Rogus of Madison Ohio. The Groom is the son of or. And mrs. Thomas j. Murray jr., of Sandusky. Honor attendant was Stephanie Kolman of St. Louis. Bridesmaids were Larrv Rogus of Akron Lara Murray of Gainesville Fla., Melissa Kromer of Marietta ga., Kate Garchar of Chicago Karin Mcnerney of Sylvania Ohio Kate Kern of Brecksville Ohio Laura Kovach of Macedonia Ohio and Nina Ingalls of Minneapolis Minn. Best Man was Vic Reynolds of Dallas Texas. Ushers were Tom Murray of Vermilion Bill Murray of Boston mass., Tyler Rogus of Akron Mark Kromer of Marietta Tim Herzog and Joseph Bilgen both of Sandusky Jim Lamb of Huron and Colin Knisely of Shaker Heights Ohio. Flower girls were Katie press Wood of Marietta and Quincy Baloga of t Olle Reviue a. Ring bearers were Luke and Dawson Baloga of Collegeville. The reception was at Lander James l. Murray or. And mrs. James Murray Haven Mayfield Heights Ohio. The Bride graduated from Hawken school Gates Mills and Miami University. She is employed at University hospitals Cleveland. Her husband graduated from Sandusky High school Boston College and Cas Western Reserve University school of Law. He is employed at Murray amp Murray Sandusky. They live in Huron. Ann Michelle Davis oct. 19. 2002 Ann Michelle Davis and Lef Ferey Jerome Nickels were married at Berlin Heights conservation club. Mayor Michael Bagnato of Milan officiated at the 2 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of Carolyn Dav is 111w. Catawba Road port Clinton and James Davis of port Clinton. The Groom is the son of Don and Phylis Nickels 3415 Ohio 113 e., Milan. 1 Lonor attendant was Brenda Meade of Castalia. Best Man Wasa Andrew Nickels of s. Amherst Ohio. The reception was at the Berlin 1 lights conservation tub. The Bride graduated in 1987 from Sandusky High school and is employed at Renaissance 1 Louse inc. Her husband graduated in 1993 from Edison High school and is employed at roadhouse Jefferey Jerome Nickels Leslie Ann Howell nov. 2,2002 Leslie Ann Howell and Dustin Paul Hennessy were married in the Little Flower Parish Canton Ohio. The Rev. Fete officiated at the 1 30 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of Gary and Patricia Howell 1034 s. Main St., Huron. The Groom is the son of Jeanette Fennessy of Zanesville Ohio and the late Daniel Hennessy. Honor attendant was Joanna Morrow of Huron. Bridesmaids were Kris Proy of Jeffersonville Ohio Claire ring of Canton and Christine Ehrbar of Akron. Best Man was Chris Reuscher of Cleveland. Ushers were Curtis Byers of upper Sandusky Ohio Barry Hyland of Canton and Tim Thompson of barns Vilie Ohio. Junior usher was Alexander Morales of Atlanta a. Flower girls were Anna and Gabriel Morales both of Atlanta and Madison Balsley of Zanesville. The reception was at a Centre place Canton. The Bride graduated from Huron High school and Christie Danielle Mielke a nov. 2,2002 Christie Danielle Mielke and Lucas Jeffrey Keller were married in resurrection lutheran Church Sandusky. The Rev. Mark Gibbs officiated at the 4 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of Daniel Mielke of Sandusky and Gerald and Debra Winfield of Clyde. The Groom is the son of Dean and Jerina Keller of Castalia. Maid of Honor was Stephanie Whetsel of Castalia. Matron of Honor was Jessica Moe of Clyde. Bridesmaids were Sarah Mielke of Clyde and Dana Beier of Bellevue. Best Man was Todd Downing of Sandusky. Ushers were Ted Sturzinger and Tom Speer both of Sandusky and Seth Sherry of Columbus. Flower girls were Ryleigh and Cassidy Keller of Sandusky. Ring bearer was Brock Beier of Bellevue. The reception was at the lab club Sandusky. The Bride graduated in 1996 from Bellevue senior High school and attended Busu fire lands College and earned an associate s degree in applied science and is a registered healthcare information tech Dustin Paul Hennessy or. And mrs. Dustin Hennessy Malone College Canton. She is a private banking assistant at first Merit Bank Canton. Her husband graduated from Bishop Rosecran High school and Malone College. He is a sales professional at Atlanta pharmaceutical Canton. The couple took a wedding trip to Playa Del Carmen Mexico. They live in Canton. Lucas Jeffrey Keller Deborah Marie Roth a Brian Leonard Conly april 6, 2002 Deborah Marie Roth and Brian Leonard Conly were married at St. Henry a Church in Northern Kentucky. The Bride is the daughter of Doris Roth Warren and Dan Roth of Sandusky. The Groom is the son of Susan Conly of Easton pa., and Leonard Conly of Milford . Maid of Honor was Sandra Roth of Columbus. Bridesmaids were Cynthia Gembka Dammel and Beth Myers of Cincinnati Jennifer Rickard of Fredonia n.y., and Heather Rose of Columbus. Best Man was Brent Conly of Easton. Groomsmen were Matt Mariani of Stewartsville ., Jeff Miller and Brian Agan of Rocky mount n.c., and Steve Parente of Flemington . The usher was Christopher Roth of Orlando Fla. Flower girls were Kirsten Kayla and Kylee Brenner of Cincinnati. Ring bearer was Dominic Parente of Flemington. The reception was at the Hilton hotel in Northern Kentucky. The Bride graduated in 1995 from Perkins High school and from daemon College in but or. And mrs. Lucas Keller no Logist accredited by Anima. She is a Coder at mercy Hospital of Willard. Her husband graduated in 1996 from Perkins h High school attended Terra Community College and earned an associates degree in architectural engineering. He is a supervisor at Telamon construction inc. The couple took a wedding trip to Caesars Pocono Palace Pocono mountains Pennsylvania. They live in Sandusky. Teresa Marie Stanley nov. 2,2002 Teresa Marie Stanley and Thomas Edward Johnson were married at first United methodist Norwalk. The Rev. Edna Stahl officiated at the 2 30 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of Clarence and Marcia Stanley 13106 Ohio 61 e., Collins Ohio. The Groom is the son of Robert and Wanda Robertson 128 Tuscarawas Trail Sandusky. Honor attendant was Julie Shuh of Berlin Heights. Bridesmaids were Cheryl Stanley of Milan Lisa Hoover of Greenwich Lori Gilmore of Huron and Kathryn Tusing of Collins. Best Man was Anthony Robustellini of Norwalk. Ushers were James Johnson of Bayview Steve Dendinger and John Yontz both of Bellevue and Randy Gilmore of Huron. Flower girls were Britni Johnson Danielle Johnson Chandler Stanley. Ring bearers were Danny Johnson and Trey Hoover. The reception was at the Law local 913, Sandusky. The Bride graduated in 1995 from Edison High school and from Providence school of or. And mrs. Brian Conly Falo n.y., in 1999. She is a physical therapist at Nash general Hospital in Rocky mount. Her husband graduated in 1990 from Delaware Valley High school in Frenchtown ., and from daemon College in Buffalo n.y., in 1995. He is a physical therapist at Nash Day Hospital in Rocky mount. The couple took a wedding trip to puerto vallarta Mexico. They live at 4616 honeysuckle Lane Rocky mount no 27804. Thomas Edward Johnson or. And mrs. Thomas Johnson nursing in 1998. She is a registered nurse at Stein hospice. Her husband graduated in 1988 from Margaretta High school and from Hove paramedic program in 2000. He is a paramedic at North Central Ems Milan. The couple took a wedding trip to la vegas. They live at 40 Reed St., Norwalk of 44857. Or. And mrs. Jefferey Nickels inc. The couple took a wedding trip to Columbus. They live at 710 Curran St., Sandusky. Deanna Marie Platte a Matthew Lorn Bedee sept. 21, 2002 Deanna Marie Platte and Matthew Bedee were married in St. Mary a Catholic Church Sandusky. The Rev. Todd Dominique officiated at the 2 . Ceremony the Bride is the daughter of Catherine and Donald Platte 1217 third St., Groom is the son of Lawrence and Marianne Bedee 6418w. Mason Road Sandusky. I Lonor attendant was Jillian Flanders of Sandusky. Bridesmaids were Ashley Douglas of Sandusky and Stephanie Bedee of Columbus. Best Man was Richard Beatty of Sandusky. Ushers were Jeremy Klepper of Sandusky and Mark Cartechine of c Canton Ohio. Flower girl was Brittany fish. Ring beater was Jack Flanders. The reception was at the knights of Columbus Sandusky. The Bride graduated from St. Mary Central Catholic High school and attended Busu fire lands. She is employed at. I a its is Missy Hay a John Eberle aug. 24, 2002 Missy Hay and John Eberle were married in St. Michael a Catholic Church Bellevue. The Rev. John Nagele and the Rev. Andy Winters officiated at the 2 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of Steve and Cheryl Flay 232 Euclid ave., Bellevue. The Groom is the son of George and Jeanette Eberle 528 w. Gardner Bellevue. Honor attendant was Mindy Fazio of Bellevue. Bridesmaids were Naomi Branham Chasity Baptista Carrie Daniel Stacy Miller Jodi Weasner and Brandi Fultz All of Bellevue and Cheryl Netcher of Cleveland. Best Man was Mike Herrera of Bellevue. Ushers were Corey Fazio Rusty Branham Josh Colvin Mike Decker Chuck Hackenburg and Chad Koselke All of Bellevue and John Horton of Lorain. Flower girl was Cassidy Fultz of Bellevue. Ring bearer was Ryan Haley of Bellevue. The reception was at the vow Hall Bellevue. The Bride graduated in 1996 from Bellevue High school and or. And mrs. John Eberle Lorain Community College of nursing fire lands Branch. She is a registered nurse at the Bellevue Hospital. Her husband graduated in 1996 from Bellevue High school and from technical Institute diesel technology Chicago. He is a Mechanic at Central soya Bellevue. The couple took a wedding trip to Montero Bay Jamaica. They live at 309 Louise ave., Bellevue. Tiffany r0sescally oct. 5, 2002 Tiffany Rose Scally and Steven Richard Wagner were married in Central presbyterian Church Rev. Greg Bondurant of West Erville Christian Church officiated at the 3 30 . Ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of Roger and Mary Beth Redmon 3316 s. Campbell St., Sandusky. The Groom is the son of Stan and Lucia Wagner 1532 Silverlake drive Centerville Ohio. Honor attendant was Brittney Wadsworth of Sandusky. Bridesmaids were Kristy Parker of Sandusky Jill King of Oxford Ohio Julie Graff of Wilmore ky., Nancy Pederson of Brookville Ohio and Susan Hollon of Greenville Ohio. Best Man was Ryan Tompkins of Columbus. Groomsmen were Jeremey Scally of Columbus Correy Scally and Adam Redmon both of Sandusky Rob Pederson of Brookville and Shawn Hollon of Greenville. Flower girl was Trynity Redmon. The reception was at the Hyatt on Capitol Square Columbus. The Bride graduated from Steven Richard Wagner or. And mrs. Steven Wagner Perkins High school and Miami University. She is a Programmer analyst at the Ohio department of Job amp family services mis. Her husband graduated from Centerville High school and Miami University and is a Programmer analyst at the Bureau of workers compensation mis. The couple took a wedding trip to Maui. They live at 3054 Squirrel Ridge drive Columbus of 43219. Expert advice on selecting wedding gifts. A i a. J it . V a a. A a a ,.��o�o� a link Trio Oai Anlo i it Tran if \/��11 11�� t he a to pit or. And mrs. Matthew Bedee curves for women. 1 Ler husband graduated from Perkins High school and Kent state University with a degree in architecture. 1 be is employed at shoe inc. The couple took a wedding trip to Windsor Ontario. T hey live at 715 Berlin Road Huron. Fine living network wedding gifts Are Given at one of the most important times in a Bride and Groom s life its a natural desire to want to make the couple Happy and make a Good impression. And despite a nearly infinite selection of potential gifts buying a fabulous gift can be a snap. All you have to do is keep a few tricks and hints in mind As group vice president of special services at Macy a East Linda Lee oversees corporate sales and services Macy a by appointment personal shopping and the firm s bridal registry. Leeds 23 years with Macy a have Given her insight into now to choose the perfect wedding gift. She offers the following important tips registry the easiest Way to pick a great gift says use is to go to a bridal registry and use the list on which the couple has chosen specific gifts they want. This eliminates the Guesswork for both the gift givers and recipients. Couples can Register at department stores Home improvement stores or with online services that offer gifts from Many stores in one place. Kathy use was we of a a Cwi Coutentos to is Page the couple s style even if you look through the registry and done to find any Liing that you want to give you can use the listed gifts to get a Good sense of the couples style and this can be a big help in choosing a gift that they Are Likely to cherish. Your style certainly a gift should fit into the style of the Bride and Groom but it should also say something about you the person giving it. Try to choose something that expresses a Little bit of your own personality so that the Happy couple will think fondly of you when they see or t use the item. Foolproof gifts when you Are totally stumped there Are certain kinds of foolproof gifts that Lee sees As appropriate for any couple l Ine picture frames and Flower vases fall into this category. Another great idea that Lee Nas used on Many occasions is to buy Matching ten cloth Robes with monograms. Remember your wedding gift does no to have to be expensive but it should be special in some Way. Choose wisely and your married friends will keep you in mind As they use your gift Over the years

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