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MARRIAGES



The following marriage licenses were issued in Butler County courts:
Eugene Gill Jr. and Agneta Grahn-Coulter, both of Slippery Rock
Izuchukwu Areh and Obianuju Okonkwo, both of Butler
Nathan Flick and Rebekka Anthony, both of Fairview Township
John Lloyd and Mercedes (Ankey) Massimino, both of Lower Burrell, Westmoreland County
David Towsey and Mary Kress, both of Zelienople
Luke Meeder and Brenda (Bucklew) Cichra, both of Harmony
Clarence Orbin and Valerie (Everhart) Haynes, both of Ohara Township, Allegheny County
Michael Sciulli and Tracy Buyaki, both of Oakland Township
Daran Rumbaugh and Lisa (Hensel) Graczyk, both of Clearfield Township
Patrick Rutledge and Sarah Morrissey, both of Winfield Township
David McMillin and Susan (Carben) Coyle, both of Summitt Township
Brian Stetz and Amanda (Frey) Garrity, both of Zelienople
Darren Perry and Katelyn Dimun, both of Butler
Jack Fasick and Merritt McCarty-Fasick, both of Adams Township
Randall Waters of Winfield, La., and Elizabeth Neal of Jackson Township
David Christy and Lisa Patton-Schaffer, both of Washington Township
Mark Foltz and Nicole McClelland, both of Butler
Richard Helch and June (Green) Lewetag, both of Bradys Bend, Armstrong County
Luke McGee and Megan Knox, both of Butler
Michael Dreveniak and Gypsy (Tonemah) Horner, both of Cranberry Township
James Nairn and Katilynn (Debouchel) Malagise, both of Adams Township
Ryan Morrone and Joey Phipps, both of East Deer, Allegheny County
Ned Gutilla and Lois (Heath) Raducz, both of Penn Township
Charles Cotto of Adams Township and Stefanie Racette of Penn Township





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