Jennifer Parry, of Plains Twp., and Robert Kobilinski, of Moosic, were united in marriage Nov. 2, 2018. The ceremony was held at Our Lady of Victory Church in Tannersville with the Rev. Pauselli officiating.

The couple was engaged on Nov. 17, 2017, at the former Rocky Glen amusement park in Moosic.

The bride is the daughter of Barbara and Richard Parry, of Plains Twp.

The groom is the son of Cynthia Kobilinski and the late Jeffrey Godeck, of Moosic.

The bride is the granddaughter of the late Lenore and Carlo Romaldini, and the late Roseanna and Thomas Parry, of Pittston.

The groom is the grandson of Leona Kobilinski and the late Alexander Kobilinski, and Virginia Godeck and Thomas Vermac, of Moosic.

The bride's father escorted her down the aisle. She chose her sister, Caitlyn Hall, as her matron of honor, and best friend, Kristie Adonizio, as her maid of honor. Also standing by her side were bridesmaids, Jocelyn Hatalski, Stephanie Lombardo, Audrey Maybin, Christina Sharon, Kelly Phalen, Rachel Lombardo, Jennifer Barry, Maria Chiverella, Alana Lori and Brianna Yonushka.

The groom chose his best friends, Tyler Champi and Jeffrey O'Malia, both as best men. Justin Rowlands, Bernie Lombardo, Justin Consagra, Dave Roglich, Tony Carrol, Nicholas Dibiasi, James Carrol, Steven Wasko and Jameson Gehm served as his groomsmen.

The bride's brother, Matthew Parry, was unable to attend the wedding due to his military training requirements, however, he attended the reception in spirit in the form of a life-sized look-alike cardboard cutout.

The scripture readings were recited by the groom's mother, Cynthia Kobilinski; the groom's aunt, Ann Marie Kobilinski, and the bride's godmother, Corrinne Lombardo.

The bride's mother, groom's mother and bridesmaids hosted a bridal shower at Irem Temple Country Club in Dallas.

A rehearsal dinner was held at Arturo's restaurant in Dupont.

The bride is a graduate of Johnson College, Scranton and Temple University, Philadelphia.

She is employed by Geisinger Community Medical Center in Scranton as a radiologic technologist.

The groom is a graduate of the University of Scranton and Albany Law School.

He works as an attorney for Luzerne County.

An evening cocktail hour and reception were held at the Skytop Lodge in Canadensis.

The couple enjoys ATV rides, attending concerts (especially of their favorite bands Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles), boat rides on Lake Wallenpaupack, and spending time at the camper.

The couple will reside in Moosic.

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