The Daily Item
NORTHUMBERLAND — Amanda Mull and Steven Weikel were united in marriage during a sand ceremony at the Priestly-Savidge House. Len Zboray, mayor of Northumberland, performed the service on June 1, 2013.
The bride is the daughter of Robert Mull and Tracy Mull, of Northumberland. The bridegroom is the son of Bruce Weikel and Carol Weikel, of Sunbury.
Maid of honor was Danika Mull, of Northumberland. Bridesmaids were Kelsea Schwartz, Lisa Laboskie, Liz Rathfon, and Veronica Witmer. Flower girls were Hailey Mull, Bailey Ney and Tarynn Heintzelman, nieces of the bride.
Best man was CJ Witmer, of Coal Township, Groomsmen were Bobby Mull and Steven Ney, brothers of the bride, Kevin Savidge, and Derek Rompolski. Ring bearers were Landen Mull, Bobby Mull V and Jake Ney, nephews of the bride.
Guest book attendants were Rafe Ney, nephew of the bride, and Riley Mull, cousin of the bride.
Dinner and dancing followed the ceremony under the “Grand Maharaja Royal Tent” at the Priestly-Savidge House.
The bride is a graduate of Shikellamy High School and Bloomsburg University. She is employed by Geisinger Careworks as a radiologic technoligist.
The bridegroom is a graduate of Shikellamy High School and Triange Tech. He is employed by T-Ross Brothers as a construction worker.
Following a honeymoon to Montego Bay, Jamaica, the couple is living in Northumberland.