Wilson, Sweeney

Mr. & Mrs. J. Kyle Sweeney Katarina Wilson

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PHILADELPHIA — Katarina Anne Wilson and J. Kyle Sweeney were united in marriage May 21, 2016, at St. Francis Xavier Church by the Rev. Fr. Brian R. Gaffney, C.O.

She is the daughter of David E. and Deborah Wilson, of DuBois. He is the son of Charles and Carol Sweeney, of Philadelphia.

Bridesmaids included: Dani Crawford, of Brewster, Mass., Mallory Moran, of Chicago, Ill., Emmy Enders, of Philadelphia, Jackie Sweeney, niece of the groom, of Yardley, Pa., and Monica Murphy, of Collegeville, Pa.

Olive Murphy, of Collegeville, was the flower girl.

Shannon Sweeney, of Philadelphia, performed the duties of best man for his brother.

Declan Hogan, cousin of the groom, and Seamus Hogan, cousin of the groom, both of Philadelphia, were the ring bearers.

Groomsmen included: Christian Sweeney, brother of the groom, of Philadelphia, Charlie Sweeney, brother of the groom, of Yardley, Martin Adair, brother-in-law of the groom, of Yardley, and Samuel Wilson, brother of the bride, of Philadelphia.

A reception was held a The Curtis Center in Philadelphia.

The bride earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Penn State University. She is a financial manager with Johnson & Johnson.

The groom earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Maryland and a master’s degree in athletic coaching education from West Virginia University Gemalto. He is an account manager with Software Monetization Division.

Following a honeymoon trip to Saint Lucia, the couple are residing in Philadelphia.

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