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Castello, Bly



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Darian and Josh Bly
Darian Castello and Josh Bly, both of West Sunbury, were united in marriage April 5 at West Sunbury Presbyterian Church in West Sunbury. H. Jack Buzard officiated. A reception followed at the North Washington Social Hall.

The bride is the daughter of Deanna and Michael Panza of West Sunbury. Parents of the bridegroom are David and Brenda Bly of Karns City.
The honor attendant was Emily Goettler of Butler. Bridesmaids included Alicia Bly of Karns City, Leah Hogan of Renfrew, Ashley Gamble of Butler, Ashley Hayes of Erie, Lindsay Green of Worthington, Tara Hackwelder of Karns City, Julie Marshall of Karns City and Justine Cousins of Butler.
The flower girl was Adelaide Cousins of Butler.
Performing the duties of best man was Josh Friters of Titusville. Ushers included Mark Bly of Karns City, Justin Castello of Valencia, Greg Ridley of Irwin, Matt Bly of Harborcreek, Greg King of East Brady, Brian Hiles of East Brady and Matt Conto of Petrolia.
The ring bearer was Knox Green of Worthington.
The bride is a 2006 graduate of Moniteau High School. She received a teaching certificate from Toni and Guy Academy in 2008.
She is employed by The Huddle in Butler.
The bridegroom graduated from Karns City High School in 1999. He graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in 2003 with a degree in nano fabrication.
He is employed by Visual Inspections Systems of Cranberry Township.
Following a honeymoon trip to Grande Riviera Resort in Jamaica, the couple is making their home in West Sunbury.





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