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Graham/Angell Wedding   
Category:  Milestones & Celebrations - Weddings Start Date:  6/29/2014
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Graham/Angell
   
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Kimberly Graham and Jeremy Angell were united in marriage on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at St. Helena's Church. The bride is the daughter of Roger and Patti Graham of Corning, NY. The groom is the son of Sonny and Josie Angell of Camden, NY. Matron of Honor was Aleana D'Aniello. Bridesmaids were Jessie-Jo Owens, Gina Frey, and junior bridesmaid was Sydney Owens. Flower girl was Sophie Frey. Best Man was Tim Willson. Groomsmen were Mike Willson and Mike Kowalski. Ring Bearers were Richie Scharick and Owen Morrison. Their reception followed at Vernon Downs. The couple will honeymoon on an Alaskan cruise. They reside in Camden, NY.
 
 

 

 
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