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Nye/Malone   
Category:  Milestones & Celebrations - Weddings Start Date:  6/11/2014
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Emily Nye and Sean Malone were married on July 26, 2013, on the Great Lawn at Turning Stone Resort and Casino. Officiating was the Hon. Steve Bailey. The reception followed at the Shenandoah Clubhouse at Turning Stone. The bride is the daughter of Rick & Hanna Nye of Tully. The groom is the son of Gary & Sherry Malone, also of Tully. The maid of honor was Sara Nye, the best man was Adam Sellwood. Bridesmaids were Carolyn Fogg and Meghan McCloskey. Groomsmen were Bryan Malone and Mitch Morse. The bride is a registered nurse at Upstate University Hospital and the groom is a teacher at Homer High School. The couple honeymooned in Hawaii and currently live in Syracuse.
 
 

 

 
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