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Battles/Joss Engagement   
Category:  Milestones & Celebrations - Engagements Start Date:  2/10/2014
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Mark Joss/Alissia Battles
   
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Michelle and David Lacey of Oswego and Douglas and Kelli Battles of Baldwinsville are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Alissia Marie Battles to Mark Richard Joss, Jr., son of Mark and Robin Joss of Palermo.

Alissia is the granddaughter of Darroll and Linda Waldron and James and Margaret Battles, all of Central Square. Mark is the grandson of Carol Wilcox and the late Richard Wilcox of Clay and Nancy Joss and the late Richard Joss of Cicero.

Alissia is a 2007 graduate of Mexico High School. Mark is a 2008 graduate of John C. Birdlebough High School.

Alissia and Mark will marry on August 30, 2014 at Battle Island State Park in Fulton.
 
 

 

 
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