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Westbrook-Stanczak Wedding

Carol and Sam Westbrook of Peachtree City, Ga. and Sally and Rick Richardson of Treasure Island, Fla. proudly announce the marriage of their children Samantha Melissa Westbrook and Bradley Michael Stanczak on October 19, 2013.

The wedding took place at the Grande Bohemian Hotel in Celebration, Fla. and Pastor Glen Smith officiated the double ring ceremony. 

The wedding party consisted of:  Maid of Honor - Susan Chittooran of New York, Bride's Maids - Melissa Rowjohn of St. Petersburg and Amanda Richardson of Fort Lauderdale (both sister's of the groom), Best Man - Matt Rowjohn and Groom's man - Paul McClanahan of Orlando.  Escorting the Mother of the Bride was her brother, Mr. Paul Christopher of Pittsburgh.

The bride wore a blush Monique Lhuillier gown with a beaded vail and carried a bouquet of pink garden roses.  The bride's maids wore gray chiffon dresses with accents of yellow.

Samantha is a 1999 graduate of McIntosh High School and graduated from Auburn University with a B.A. in psychology.  She is employed at Saks in Palm Beach.  Brad is a graduate of the University of Colorado in business and has a MBA from Cornell University.  He is employed in the business division of Office Depot in Boca Raton.

The happy couple went on a honeymoon cruise to the Caribbean and presently reside in Del Ray Beach, Fla. 

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