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Brynn Chromiak weds Edward Dunkelberger

  • Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dunkelberger
    Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dunkelberger
Published January 06. 2010 05:00PM

Brynn Chromiak, daughter of Michael and Sharon Chromiak of Hometown, became the bride of Edward Dunkelberger, son of Kenneth Dunkleberger and Wendy Dunkleberger of Tamaqua, on Aug. 1, 2009 at Trinity U.C.C. Church in Tamaqua.

The Rev. David Grant officiated at the double ring ceremony. Roberta Coccio, Tamaqua, was the organist, while Linda-Sue Krell, Kyle Dunkelberger and Isaac Dunkelberger were the vocalists.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose Amie Molotzak Fitzpatrick of Bethlehem as the matron of honor.

Bridesmaids included Kerry Jones, Lansford; Lauren Jones Williams, Summit Hill; Erin Cipko, Florida; Margaret Klimek, Florida; and Grace Krell, Tamaqua.

Best man duties were conducted by Kenneth Dunkelberger Jr. of Tamaqua. Ushers were Kyle Dunkleberger, Reading; Issac Dunkelberger, Tamaqua; Aaron Chromiak, Hometown; and Colin Boyer, Reading.

The couple greeted family and friends at a reception at Bear Creek Mountain Resort in Macungie, followed by a wedding trip to Hawaii.

The bride was feted at a bridal shower, hosted by the bridesmaids and family.

The new Mrs. Dunkleberger is a graduate of Tamaqua Area High School and Moravian College, where she earned a bachelor of science in biology.

She is employed as a clinical immunology research technician at Sanofi Pasteur.

Mr. Dunkleberger is a graduate of Kutztown University, where he received a bachelor of science in computer science.

He is employed as a commercial operations Web applications administrator at Sanofi Pasteur.

The newlyweds currently reside in Nazareth.

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