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Treece, Angert

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Piper and Justin Angert
Piper R. Treece and Justin E. Angert, both of Gibsonia, were united in marriage Aug. 17 at Bakerstown United Methodist Church. The Rev. David P. Zona officiated. A reception followed at the Crystal Room at the Butler Days Inn.

The bride is the daughter of Glenn and Natalie Treece of Hershey, Pa. Parents of the bridegroom are Ken and Debbie Angert of Chicora.
The honor attendant was Kristen Kopco of Virginia. Bridesmaids included Alisha Patrick of North Carolina, Nicole Orr of Polk, Pa., Deanna Livengood of East Brady, Jeannine Lumley of Butler and Jamie Burke of Butler.
The junior bridesmaid was Lexie Livengood of East Brady.
Performing the duties of best man was Matt Angert of East Brady. Ushers included Joe Delaney of Butler, Henry Crawford of Pittsburgh, Travis Culley of Butler, Keith Gallagher of Butler and Scott Lumley of Butler.
The junior usher was Bryce Livengood of East Brady.
The bride is a 2002 graduate of Hershey High School. She received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from George Washington University and graduated in 2010.
She is a benefits consultant for Seubert and Associates in Pittsburgh.
The bridegroom graduated from Karns City High School in 2000. He received a bachelor’s degree from Penn State Erie, The Behrend College in 2004 and a master’s degree from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, in 2006.
He is a senior plastics engineer at Philips Respironics in Murrysville, Pa.
Following a honeymoon trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica, the couple is making their home in Gibsonia.

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