Lindsey Stephen and Joshua Contraguerro were united in marriage at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Elm Grove, Wheeling, with the Rev. James Lacrosse, S.M., officiating.
Brittney Sobota, sister of the bride, and Jocelyn Kovalski were matrons of honor. Bob Contraguerro Jr. and Tom Contraguerro, brothers of the groom, were best men.
Other attendants were Stacy Bordas, Sarah Calhoun, April Contraguerro, Kim Contraguerro, Mallory Gentile, Mareesa Hedger, Alexis Bordas, Parker Sobota, Jamie Bordas, Nick Cadwell, Andy Goldbaugh, Bob Heldreth, Lucas Henn, Corey Sobota, Ethan Williams, Jay Bordas, Luke Bordas and Charlie Contraguerro.
A reception took place at Glessner Auditorium in Oglebay’s Wilson Lodge.
Contraguerro is the son of Bob and Jody Contraguerro of Wheeling. He is a graduate of West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in marketing. He is employed by Panhandle Cleaning & Restoration as the vice president of marketing.
Stephen is the daughter of Scott and Beth Martin of McMechen and Kevin and Mary Stephen of Enterprise, Ala. She is a graduate of Fairmont State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. She is employed by Panhandle Cleaning & Restoration.
After a wedding trip to Mexico, the couple resides in Wheeling.