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Sargent/McKenna   
Category:  Milestones & Celebrations - Weddings Start Date:  1/10/2014
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Mr. & Mrs. Steven McKenna
   
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Cheryl Ann Sargent and Steven Robert McKenna were married on August 10, 2013 at St. Cecilia's Church in Solvay, NY. Officiated by
Father Gueto. 
The bride is the daughter of Jeffrey and Jeanette Sargent of Central Square, and the groom is the son of Robert McKenna and the late Roseann McKenna of Solvay.
The celebration continued with a reception at Wysocki's Lake Park Manor.
The matron of honor was Charlene Coon, sister of the bride.  The best man was Christopher Kenney, friend of the groom.  The bridesmaid was Kathyrn McKenna, sister of the groom.  The groomsman was Sean Fahey, friend of the groom. 
The couple honeymooned in Carlsbad, California and currently reside in Syracuse.
 
 

 

 
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