Zegaczewski weds Daniels

Stacey & Joshua Daniels

Stacey L. Zegaczewski and Joshua D. Daniels, both of Jamestown, N.Y., united in marriage during a 2 p.m. ceremony July 25, 2009, at St. John Church in Jamestown.

The Rev. Dennis Mende of St. John Church officiated the double-ring ceremony.

Organist was Brian Bogey and soloist was Tony Dolce.

The bride is the daughter of Stanley and Debra Zegaczewski. Her father gave her away.

The groom is the son of Clinton and Kimberly Daniels of Corry.

The bride wore a white, strapless Oleg Cassini gown with a satin bodice that featured beaded embroidery, an organza ball gown skirt and chapel train.

She carried a bouquet of hot pink and baby pink roses with pink gerbera daisies.

Michelle Zegaczewski, sister-in-law of the bride, was the matron of honor.

Bridesmaids were Jolene Daniels, sister of the groom; and Sarah Rounds, Jill Greenawalt, Lucia Guarnieri and Danielle Victory.

Myla Zegaczewski and Kalyn Zegaczewski, nieces of the bride, were the flower girls.

Best man was Cameron Shuck.

Groomsmen were Josh Jukes, Matt Robb, Mike Zegaczewski, Tom Winchell, Erik Lindstrom, Tim Linden, Judd Piemme, Eric Andrus and Eric Stobart.

A reception for 200 guests followed at Peek’n Peak Resort and Spa.

The couple took a honeymoon trip to Jamaica.

They currently reside in Jamestown.

The new Mrs. Daniels is a 1999 graduate of Jamestown High School and a 2005 graduate of SUNY Fredonia with a master’s degree in literacy.

She is employed by Jamestown Public Schools as a reading specialist.

Her husband is a 1999 graduate of Corry Area High School, a 2003 graduate of Penn State Behrend, and a 2009 graduate of Edinboro University with a master’s degree in special education.

He is employed by the Corry Area School District as a special education teacher.

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