Emily Joy Hurley and Mark Steven DeVivo were married on June 29, 2013, at Graystone Presbyterian Church in Indiana.
The bride’s father officiated along with longtime family friend the Rev. Dr. Robert Eyman, of Lafayette, Ind.
Emily, the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Richard Hurley, of Indiana, chose her four sisters to attend her: Rebecca Benson, Brookline, N.H.; Rachel York, Pembroke, N.H.; and Elise and Jessica Hurley, of Indiana. Emily’s niece, Madailein Benson, was the flower girl.
Mark is the son of Gary and Susan DeVivo, of Indiana. John Dellape, of Pittsburgh, served as the best man. Travis Miller, of Butler, and Mark’s brothers, Scott DeVivo, of Pittsburgh, and Kevin DeVivo, of Indiana, served as groomsmen. Benjamin Shackleton, of Philadelphia, and Joel Ansett, of Hermitage, served as ushers.
Joel, along with Dom Versace, of Indiana, provided music for the service. Karsten Huff, Indiana, was the ring bearer and his brother, Brennon Huff, was the official greeter.
The reception was held at the Rustic Lodge in White Township.
Emily and Mark both graduated from Grove City College in 2012. Emily earned a degree in mechanical engineering and minors in math and art. Mark earned a degree in math education. Emily works remotely for Chromalox in Fox Chapel and Mark teaches math at Belleville Mennonite School in Belleville, where they reside.
Mark and Emily spent their honeymoon in Cozumel, Mexico.