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DiCuccio, Baptiste



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Tina and Ryan Baptiste
Tina DiCuccio and Ryan Baptiste, both of Mars, were united in marriage July 6 at Duquesne University Chapel in Pittsburgh. The Rev. Lawrence DiNardo officiated. A reception followed at the Power Center Ballroom at Duquesne University.

The bride is the daughter of Gail DiCuccio of Butler and William DiCuccio of Gibsonia. Parents of the bridegroom are Terry and Debby Baptiste of Butler.
The honor attendant was Kimberly Heckert of Maplewood, N.J. Bridesmaids included Jennifer DiCuccio of Butler, Abbey Karakkal of Easton, Pa., and Nicole Dehner of Clarion.
Performing the duties of best man was Ryan Ohl of Pittsburgh. Groomsmen were William DiCuccio of Butler, Jason Baptiste of Pittsburgh and Christopher Heckert of Maplewood, N.J. Ushers included Gregory Painter of Seattle, Wash., Michael Lavorini of Hubbard, Ohio, and Corey Williamson of Mars.
The bride is a 1999 graduate of Butler High School and received her doctoral degree in pharmacy at Duquesne University in 2007.
She is a pharmacist at Walgreens Pharmacy in Wexford.
The bridegroom graduated from Butler High School in 1999, Clarion University in 2003 and Duquesne University in 2009.
He is a commodity buyer for Heinz in Warrendale.
Following a honeymoon trip to the Bahamas, the couple is making their home in Treesdale.





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