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Kathleen M. Trottier and Kyle J. Rizzo


Kathleen M. Trottier, Weymouth, Mass., formerly of Cape Vincent, and Kyle J. Rizzo, Wymouth, formerly of Gouverneur, were married at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at The Red Lion Inn, Cohasset, Mass., with Thomas A. Welch, justice of the peace, officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Ronald and Antoinette Trottier, Cape Vincent. The groom is the son of James and Pamela Rizzo, DePeyster. The bride was given in marriage by her father.

The bride wore an ivory lace gown, with a keyhole back by Maggie Sottero. She carried a bouquet of sunflowers, black beauty roses, orange dahlias and white calla lilies.

Holly Trottier, Cape Vincent, was her sister’s maid of honor. Bridal attendants were Rebecca Hicks, LaFargeville, Megan Fulton, Cape Vincent, Austin Rizzo, Frostburg, Md., formerly of Gouverneur, sister of the groom, and Kyrie Newtown, Potsdam.

Paul Reason, Gouverneur, was best man. Groom’s attendants were Paiton Lee, Frostburg, Brandon Lavack, Beverly, Mass., and Joshua Denesha, Littleton, Colo., both formerly of Gouverneur, and William Wilde, Attleboro, Mass.

A reception was held at The Red Lion Inn. The couple took a honeymoon trip to Aruba.

Mrs. Rizzo graduated in 2006 from Thousand Islands Central School, Clayton, in 2009 from Broome Community College, Binghamton, with an associate degree in dental hygiene, and in 2012 from SUNY Canton, with a bachelor’s degree in dental hygiene. She is financial coordinator for Dr. Gary R. Login, Boston, Mass.

Mr. Rizzo graduated in 2006 from Gouverneur Central School, in 2009 from Jefferson Community College, Watertown, with an associate degree in business administration, and in 2012 from SUNY Potsdam, with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He is a personal banker for Santander Bank, Quincy, Mass.

The couple resides in Weymouth.

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