Jessica Anne Curry and Brian Anthony Kavanagh, both of Baltimore, Md., were united in marriage at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, June 25, 2011.
The Rev. Duke Fries officiated at the ceremony held at Christ Lutheran Church, Baltimore, Md.
A rehearsal dinner was held at Speakeasy Salon, Baltimore, and a reception was held at the Engineer's Club at the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion, Baltimore.
MR., MRS. BRIAN ANTHONY KAVANAGH
(Jessica Anne Curry)
The bride is the daughter of Susan and Robert Curry, Montoursville. She graduated from Loyalsock Township High School in 1997 and received a bachelor's degree in international business, marketing and Spanish from Lycoming College in 2001. She is employed by Medline Industries, Baltimore, as an account executive.
Kavanagh is the son of Susan Kavanagh, Kansas City, Kan., and Denis Kavanagh, Pittsburgh, Kan. He graduated from St. Mary Colgan, Pittsburgh, Kan., in 1997 and received a degree in political science and military science from Pittsburgh State University, Pittsburgh, Kan., in 2001. He is a captain in the Army and has served in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Matron of honor was Betsy Bjorkman, Middletown.
Maid of honor was Lindsay Naporano, Williamsport
Bridesmaids were Elizabeth Pageau, Denver, Colo.; Laurie Emery, Williamsport; Molly Kavanagh, New York City, sister of the bridegroom; and Alison Kavanagh, Kansas City, Kan., sister of the bridegroom.
Best men were Patrick McNally, St. Louis, Mo., and Joe Flemming, Columbia, Mo.
Ushers were Capt. Kirk Duncun, Monteraa, Calif.; David Bjorkman, Middletown; Dusty Hafner, Joplin, Mo.; and John Purcell, Columbia.
Following a trip to Barcelona and Pamplona, Spain, and southern France, the couple is residing in Baltimore.