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Villanos celebrate silver anniversary with a ‘Cinderella’ ceremony

March 4, 2009
Tyler Star News

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Villano of Willow Fork Rd., Sistersville, recently celebrated their silver wedding anniversary with friends and family at a candlelight Cinderella ceremony followed by a dinner reception hosted by family and friends at the Lewis Wetzel Family Center.

The Villano's were married on Jan. 7, 1984, at Canton, Ohio, with Mr. Coffey officiating.

On Jan. 10 the Villanos renewed their vows with Evangelist John Veyon officiating.

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Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Villano

The Junior Bride was Destiny Harrison (granddaughter of the Villano's), escorted by Donnie Grimes, friend of the family.

Matrons of Honor were Sarah Yeater, Jane Knight, Jeanie Pyles, and Aleta Grimes, all friends of the bride. Best Men were Kevin Yeater, Dave Kimble, Mark Garrison, and Kevin Grimes, friends of the groom.

Bridesmaids were Natasha Harrison (daughter of the Villanos), Kristina Dunn, Melissa Grimes, and Jo Ann Murner (aunt of the bride). Groomsmen were Chad Harrison (son-in-law of the Villanos), Timothy Grimes, Ethan Garrison, and Keith Grimes.

The Ring Bearer was Chad Harrison (grandson of the Villanos). The Flower Girl was Abbi Kimble. The Train Bearers were Hannah Barker, Emma and Elizabeth Paden.

Attending the guestbook was Dolly Harrison. Lighting the unity candles was Carolyn Krambrage and Violet Frascone, sisters of the bride.

Mrs. Villano, the former Louise Ruble, is the daughter of the late William Ruble and Nellie Morgan Ruble.

The Villano's have one daughter, Natasha, and two grandchildren. Their daughter resides with her husband Chad Harrison and son Chad and daughter Destiny in Paden City.

 
 
 

 

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