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  • Katie Elizabeth Brannon and Andrew John Fedynich



Katie Elizabeth Brannon of Shepherdsville, Ky., and Andrew John Fedynich of Wantage were married on Sept. 2, 2017, at The Lodge at Wakulla Springs State Park, Tallahassee, Fla. Senior Chief Steve Gardner, United States Coast Guard, officiated at the wedding. The reception also took place at The Lodge immediately following the ceremony.

The bride, daughter of Patsy Brannon of Shepherdsville, Ky, and David Brannon of Lafayette, La., is a 2010 graduate of North Bullitt High School. She graduated from Purdue University in 2015 with a dual degree in Management and Economics.

The groom, son of Sheila and John Fedynich of Wantage is a 2010 graduate of High Point Regional High School. He is an Electronics Technician, 2nd Class, with the United States Coast Guard and is currently assigned to the Coast Guard Cutter Donald Horsley stationed in Puerto Rico.

Whitney Slusser served as maid of honor. Kelly Fedynich and Emily Scott served as bridesmaids. Christopher J. Lordy served as best man, and Bill Suchoski and Vincent Clopton served as groomsmen.

Addison Barnett was the flower girl and Parker Barnett was the ring bearer. The couple currently resides in Puerto Rico.

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