Weddings

Weddings

Jessie Marie Perkovich and Brandon Williams were married on Friday, July 11, 2014 in Baytown, Texas.

The bride is the daughter of John and Tabitha Perkovich. She has a master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from BayPath College, Longview, Massachusetts and is employed as an Occupational Therapist at Cedar Bayou Rehabilitation Health Center. The bride’s sister, Alea Perkovich, was the maid of honor. Kimberly Perkovich, Imani Batiste-Henry, Cassandra Walker, Lauren Drapinski, and Shayne Scarpato were bridesmaids. The flower girl was Paulette Lewis accompanied by Marta Scarpato.

The groom is the son of Constance Lewis. He attended Lee College in Baytown, Texas and is employed as an Administrative Assistant at Cedar Bayou Rehabilitation Health Center. The groom’s brother, Harold Williams, served as best man. Travis Perkovich, Gerald Williams, Kareem Henry, Colby Malveaux, and Bernard Smith were groomsmen.

A reception followed the ceremony at Riley Community Center in Crosby, Texas. There will be a local reception at the Perkovich home, 35780 Tara Circle, Soldotna on Sunday, July 27 at 4 p.m.

The couple will reside in Baytown until September, when they will move to Portland, Oregon where Brandon will attend Le Cordon Bleu Culinary school and Jessie will continue her Ocupational Therapy career.

Krista Rae Collinson and Patrick Wayne McNamara were married Friday, July 11, 2014 in Kenai.

The bride is the daughter of David and Shelly Frost. She is employed by Coca-Cola of the Kenai Peninsula. She carried a bouquet of pink and magenta stargazer lilies.

The groom is the son of Don and Ray McNamara. He is a Journeyman Carpenter for Neeser Construction.

The couple’s small, simple wedding was witnessed by friends of the bride and groom, Heidi King and Danny Merrill, as well as the bride’s parents, David and Shelly Frost.

The couple resides in Soldotna.

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