David and Kelli Anderson wedding announcement
Greene-Anderson Kelli Kristine Greene, Indiana RD 6, and David Andrew Anderson, Hershey, exchanged wedding vows recently in the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, Indiana. The Rev. William Menefee Jr., uncle of the bride, performed the afternoon double-ring ceremony. Music included organ selections performed by Dr. J. Lindsay Parks and vocal numbers by Patti Naman, Dr. Parks, and Brian and Kristin Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Carson Greene Jr., Indiana, are the bride's parents. The groom is the son of Morris Anderson, Creekside RD 1, and the late Ruth Anderson. Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride appeared in a satin gown fashioned with a sweetheart neckline, heavily beaded lace bodice, Basque waistline, and long tapering sleeves which extended from puffed shoulders. A large bead and lace design graced the front of the skirt while hand-beaded, fan-shaped motifs circled the scalloped hemline and formed a pyramid on the semi-cathedral train. A custom-made halo of satin and organza blossoms trimmed with pearl filaments held the bride's fingertip veil. She carried a presentation bouquet of long-stemmed red roses, variegated holly, pine and baby's breath tied with red stain and gold rope braid. Sherri Cable, Indiana, served as her sister's matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Nancy Jones, Indiana; Amy Gordish, Avonmore; and Maria Williard, Pittsburgh. Junior bridesmaids were Torey Doverspike, Indiana, and Emily Kuzneski, Indiana. Megan Cipollini, niece of the groom, Annapolis, Md., acted as flower girl. The groom chose William Belt, Grove City, as his best man. Ushers' duties were performed by Roger Cable, Indiana; Mark Cunningham, Arnold; and Wally Shaffer, Creekside. Ian Cipollini, Annapolis, acted as his uncle's ring bearer. A sit-down dinner at the Rustic Lodge, Indiana, followed the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor of science degree in early childhood education. Her husband, a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor of arts degree in criminology, is employed by the Pennsylvania-American Water Co., Hershey, Following a wedding trip to colonial Williamsburg, the couple is residing in Hershey.