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Westmoreland marriage licenses: Week of Oct. 28

| Friday, Oct. 26, 2018, 6:45 p.m.

The following marriage licenses are filed with the Westmoreland County Register of Wills Office:

Anthony Michael Patton and Megan Marie Panichella, both of Greensburg.

Richard Glenn Dainty and Jessica Ann Nolder, both of West Newton.

Michael Edward Myers and Trinda Lee Ann Willson, both of Monroeville.

Sean Patrick Susko and Darya Vladimirovna Mishkova, both of Murrysville.

Jacob Donald Fox of Ligonier and Erin Kathleen Macelroy of Bensalem.

Scott Robert West and Angela Ruth Cullen, both of Apex, N.C.

Thomas Charles McKinney and Kathleen Rebecca Sanford, both of North Huntingdon.

Joseph William Clark of Apollo and Lianna Rose Cerasuolo of Irwin.

James Michael Berger and Ashley Ann Gibbons, both of North Huntingdon.

Nick Xavier Freed and Courtney Anne Schaefer, both of Ellenton, Fla.

Joshua Adam Rader and Alyssa Jean Martz, both of Fredericksburg, Va.

Dante Ernest Vallozzi and Laura Madeline Prailey, both of Greensburg.

Joseph Guy George and Denise Renee Lewandowski, both of Vandergrift.

James Lee Silva and Crystal Ann Horne, both of Jeannette.

Nicholas Ryan Cornell and Megan Jacqueline Parker, both of Greensburg.

Earl John Holmes of Clarksville, Ind., and Desiree Ann Marie Bryer of Greensburg.

Justin James Bowers and Amber Nicole Watson, both of Manor.

Brian Patrick McAlister and Katherine Jean Lint, both of Herminie.

Shawn Benjamin Knepper of Ligonier and Alexis Ann Miller of Imperial.

Brenton Adam Kemp and Lena Louise Danka, both of Pittsburgh.

Michael Todd Johnson and Jessica Elizabeth Zaehringer, both of Jeannette.

Richard Allen Singo and Laura Margaret Hollis, both of Greensburg.

Travis Phillip Ryan and Gabrielle Evana Taylor, both of North Versailles.

Andrew Robert Coleman and Samantha Marie Frenchik, both of Greensburg.

Daniel John Holnaider and Jessica Lee Cogan, both of Latrobe.

Steven Anthony Stapola and Rachel Mary Yanarella, both of Latrobe.

Joshua Alan Hawanchak and Abigail Alyse Greene, both of Derry.

Dylan Allen Archinal and Samantha Marie Hamilton, both of North Huntingdon.

Anthony Joseph Fisher and Melissa Ann Morgan, both of Trafford.

Marc Christopher Dugan and Alicia Jeanne Sherer, both of Belle Vernon.

Donald Thomas Taylor and Brianne Wojtseck, both of Latrobe.

Jason John Brinker and Hannah Rose Kahn, both of Greensburg.

Jeffrey Curtis Hessom and Amber Lynn Bartakovich, both of Trafford.

Zachary Wesley Patton and Hannah Lee Steel, both of Scottdale.

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