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Warabak, Hutcheson


June 06. 2014 4:57PM


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House Mountain Inn, nestled in the mountains of Virginia, was the setting for the April 12 wedding ceremony uniting Kenndra Warabak and Kevin Hutcheson.


The bride is the daughter of Ken and Patti Warabak, Pittston Township.


She is a 2006 graduate of Seton Catholic High School and graduated from Temple University in 2011. She is employed by the Virginia Department of Health as a nutrition specialist.


The bride chose Sarah Levy, Boston, Massachusetts, as her maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Katie Aulenbach, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Bekka Jastremski, Chevy Chase, Maryland; Jenna Klunk, York, Pennsylvania; and Heather Tahler, Chicago, Illinois, all friends of the bride.


The groom is the son of John Hutcheson and the late Deborah Ferrell.


He is a graduate of Thomas Dale High School, Chester, Virginia. He served in the United States Army and is employed as a police officer at the Virginia State Capitol. He is also licensed by the National Association of Sports Medicine as a personal fitness trainer.


The groom chose his uncle, Rick Ferrell, as his best man. Groomsmen were Brian Warabak, brother of the bride, and Andrew Senipal, friend of the groom.


A wine and cheese hour and rehearsal dinner, hosted by the bride and groom, was held Friday evening for all guests at the Inn.


The couple honeymooned in Puerta Vallarta, Mexico. They reside in the Richmond, Virginia, area.




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