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Jillian A. Woodward and Brad S. Coelho

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OGDENSBURG — Jillian Anne Woodward and Brad Steven Coelho, both of Heuvelton, were married Aug. 17 at St. John’s Episcopal Church with the Rev. Katherine Boswell officiating.

The bride, daughter of Thomas and Lisa Woodward, Heuvelton, was given in marriage by her father. The groom is the son of Cheryl Coelho, Ogdensburg.

Nicole Kendall, Ogdensburg, and Kamie Johnson, Liverpool, cousin of the bride, were matrons of honor. Bridesmaids were Jillian Havens and Andrea Duvall, both of Ogdensburg, Jessica Taylor, Ogdensburg, cousin of the bride, Krista Crobar, Rensselaer Falls, Michele Wheeler, Morristown, aunt of the bride, Katie Wheeler, Morristown, cousin of the bride, and Caitlyn Brennan, LaFargeville, sister of the groom. Kiaryn Johnson, Liverpool, and Kaydence Ashley, Ogdensburg, goddaughters of the bride, were flower girls.

Kevin Coelho and Scott Benson, both of Virginia Beach, Va., were their brother’s best men. Groomsmen were Mychael Kendall, Ogdensburg, Justin-Lee Taylor, Smyrna, Del., cousin of the bride, Joshua Woodward, Hammond, cousin of the bride, Devin Woodward, Heuvelton, cousin of the bride, Michael Wheeler, Morristown, uncle of the bride, and Gene-Paul Brennan, LaFargeville, brother-in-law of the groom. Jordan Johnson, Liverpool, godson of the bride, and Jace Havens, Ogdensburg, were ring bearers.

A reception was held at the Gran View Restaurant. The couple took a honeymoon cruise in the Caribbean.

Mrs. Coelho graduated in 2004 from Heuvelton Central School. She works for J.T. Phillips Insurance Agency.

Mr. Coelho, a 2005 graduate of Heuvelton Central School, works for Structural Associates, Watertown.

The couple resides in Heuvelton.

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