Marketplace   Menu Guide   Complete Pages      
butler eagle
Site last updated: Friday, September 19, 2014 Bookmark our site!
Local PennsylvaniaNationalInternationalNews Extras  
Published: December 11, 2013 print this article Print save this article Save email this article Email ENLARGE TEXT increase font decrease font

Gruver, Lesney



Click To Enlarge
Amanda and Kory Lesney
Amanda Gruver and Kory Lesney, both of Butler, were united in marriage July 13 at First United Methodist Church, Butler. The Revs. Don Barger and Brady Randall officiated. A reception followed at the White Barn.

The bride is the daughter of Pam and Butch Gruver of Butler. Parents of the bridegroom are Eugene Lesney of Butler and Valeria Powell of Blairsville, Pa.
The honor attendants were Katie Gruver and Jazlyn Gruver, both of Butler. Bridesmaids included Megan Eroh of Kittanning, Amanda Davell and Tricia Kincaid, both of Columbus, Ohio, Allison Hock of Louisville, Ky., and Sally Ness of Anderson, Ind.
The flower girls were Sophia Zang of Butler, Jordyn Barrett of Kittanning and Callie Marzolf of Butler.
Performing the duties of best men were Kevin Powell and Steve Lesney, both of Butler. Ushers included David Lesney, Brandon Setnar, Patrick Hohn and Corey Young, all of Butler, and Adam Guiher of New Castle.
The ring bearers were Ethan Zang of Butler and Carter Barrett of Kittanning.
The bride is a 2004 graduate of Butler High School and a 2008 graduate of Anderson University.
She is employed by Penn Christian Academy in Butler.
The bridegroom graduated from Butler High School in 2004 and from the Pennsylvania State University in 2008.
He is employed by Sewickley Heights Golf Club in Sewickley.
Following a honeymoon trip to Jamaica, the couple is residing in Cranberry Township.





Back
Comments
Order Photos!
 
MORE WEDDING HEADLINES
arrow Riley, Beichner
arrow Hovis, Titler
arrow Montgomery, Sanders
arrow Kloberdanz,Edwards
arrow Heasley, Elliott
arrow Elgersma, Campbell
 
MOST READ ARTICLES
arrow Summit Twp man charged in child sex case
arrow Boy, 4, dies of injuries from ATV accident
arrow Wasn’t raised that way
arrow POLICE REPORTS