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Orange, Schnur

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Lindsay and Greg Schnur
Lindsay Orange of Greensburg and Greg Schnur of Butler were united in marriage Aug. 11 at Holy Family Catholic Church, West Newton, Pa. The Rev. Sweeney officiated. A reception followed at the Willow Room.

The bride is the daughter of Larry and Dawn Orange of Greensburg. Parents of the bridegroom are Jim and Cindy Schnur of Butler.
The honor attendant was Brooke Orange of Greensburg. Bridesmaids included Ashley Merella of Collinsburg, Emily Rager of Jefferson Hills, Leah Desimone of Jefferson Hills, Ali Schnur of Butler, Claudia Allen of Frederick, Md., Molly Welsh of Pittsburgh and Lauren Elda of Greensburg.
The flower girl was Kendall Schnur of Butler.
Performing the duties of best man was Scott Schnur of Butler. Ushers included Levi Schnur, Roman Schnur and Matt Osche, all of Butler, Dale Springer of Saxonburg, Lee Thompson of Mount Lebanon, T.R. Allen of Frederick, Md., and Nate Merella of West Newton.
The ring bearer was Jackson Stewart of Butler.
The bride is a 2004 graduate of Hempfield High School and a 2008 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown.
She is employed by Glade Run Lutheran Services in Zelienople.
The bridegroom graduated from Butler High School in 2002 and the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown in 2008.
He is employed by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
The couple is making their home in Butler.

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