JENNIFER MONSEAU ADAM HOLIBAUGH
JENNIFER MONSEAUADAM HOLIBAUGH
PITTSBURGH -- Heinz Memorial Chapel was the setting at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 25 as the marriage of Jennifer Beth Monseau and Adam Russell Holibaugh, both of 6835 Penham Place, was solemnized by the Rev. Donald E. King of Blessed Sacrament Church, Warren.
After a reception at the Pittsburgh Athletic Club the couple left on a wedding trip to Cape Cod and the New England States. They live at the Pittsburgh address.
Parents of the bride are Paul and Virginia Monseau, 124 Saddle Ridge Circle, Warren, and the groom is a son of Robert and Frances Holibaugh also of 6835 Penham Place.
Fashioned of organza over satin and reembroidered lace, the bride's gown was detailed with pearls and bugle beads and featured a chapel train.
Navy and silver gowns were worn by Michele Monseau, the bride's sister and honor attendant, and the bridesmaids, Laura Ricci, her cousin; Tonia Holibaugh, the groom's sister; and Mary Toepfer.
Charles Thorne served as best man for his cousin, and groomsmen were Steve Zarod, Kevin Germ and Dave Dumpel.
The bride, a technical writer for Marconi Communications in Warrendale, Pa., graduated from Miami University of Ohio with a bachelor's degree in English literature and earned a master's in professional writing at Carnegie Mellon University.
The groom graduated with a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Pittsburgh, where he is a premed student. He is also a technician at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center