Seeley weds Herring


Kimberly Louise Seeley and Ralph Dean Herring Sr., both of Corry, united in marriage during a 2 p.m. ceremony Oct. 3, 2009, in Corry.

The Rev. Lynn Cirigliano of the Faith Evangelical Church of Corry officiated the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Richard and Judith Long of Glen Campbell, Pa. Her father gave her away.

The groom is the son of the late Ralph and Mary Alice Herring.

The bride wore an ivory short-sleeved dress with sequins at the waist and down the back of the train.

She carried a bouquet of ivory and dark purple lilies.

Sue Kinney, sister of the bride, was the matron of honor. Krista Seeley, daughter of the bride, was the maid of honor.

They both wore short-sleeved, knee-length sage green dresses.

Bridesmaids were Jordan Seeley, daughter of the bride; and Kelly Herring, daughter of the groom.

They carried bouquets of ivory and light purple roses. All flower arrangements were made by the mother of the bride.

Jenna Seeley, daughter of the bride, was the flower girl.

Ring bearer was Caleb Kinney, nephew of the bride.

Dave Woodin, friend of the groom, was the best man.

Groomsmen were Ryan Long, nephew of the bride; Norman Brown, neighbor of the bride and groom; and Mark Vandresar, boyfriend of the groom’s daughter.

A reception followed at the Elks Club.

The couple is planning a honeymoon trip in the summer of 2010.

They couple currently resides in Corry.

The new Mrs. Herring is a 1986 graduate of Blacklick Valley High Schools in Nanty-Glo, Pa. She is a homemaker.

Her husband is employed at W.W. Mercer Transportation.

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