Pryor-Mazzagatti

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Callie Diana Cheek Pryor and Francisco Nicholas Mazzagatti III were united in marriage May 4, 2013 at Trinity United Methodist Church in Denton, Texas. The Reverend Paul Dunklau of First Presbyterian Church of Denton officiated.A reception was held at the TWU Hubbard Hall Ballroom.

Callie is the daughter of David and Dawn Pryor and granddaughter of Oleta Pryor and the late George Pryor, and Pat Cheek and the late Bill Cheek, Sr., and her current husband Jim Clark, all of Denton, Texas.She is a 2006 graduate of Ryan High School, received her LVN from NCTC in 2010, and graduated from UNT in 2011 with a B.A. in sociology.

Nick is the son of Frank and Judy Mazzagatti of Houston, Texas. He is the grandson of Charles Houle and the late Ruth Houle of Houston as well as the late Frank Sr. and the late Madeline Mazzagatti. He is a 2006 graduate of Cypress Falls High School and graduated from UNT in 2010 with a B.S. in logistics and supply chain management. He is employed with AES as a drilling fluids engineer in Oklahoma.

The wedding party included maid of honor Amanda Servis, cousin of the bride, and best man Sean Dooley.The bridesmaids were Lindsay Olivarez, Bianca Kohandani, Kelly Dorber, Caitlin Dvorak, and Michelle Mazzagatti, sister of the groom.Jr. Bridesmaids were Mallory and Casie Cheek, cousins of the bride.The flower girls were Kaylee and Kinsie Tauriella, cousins of the groom.The groomsmen were Dominic Spinelli, Barrett Johnson, Randy Mossa, Clint Lee, Jesse Deanda, and Greyson Pryor, brother of the bride.Also included in the house party were Traci Anderson, Katie Atkinson, Heather Martinez, Erica Kohandani, and Demi Roberson.The sign carrier was Noah Gillespie, cousin of the bride.

The couple will take a honeymoon trip to The Bahamas and will reside in Edmond, Oklahoma.

 

 

 


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