Lisa Gloss of Dunkirk and Todd Eggleston of Fredonia were united in marriage on July 31, 2010 at a 2 p.m. garden wedding ceremony held outdoors at the groom's residence in Fredonia. The double-ring ceremony was performed by Pastor David Nelson.
The bride is the daughter of Howard and Patricia Gloss of Fredonia. The groom is the son of the late Carol and Frank Eggleston.
The bride was escorted by her father. She wore an elegantly embroidered organza strapless gown, with three-dimensional floral details in soft white. The gown was adorned with a draped bodice and a chapel train. The bride's bouquet consisted of creamy white and pink roses and varigated ivy. The stem of the bouquet was wrapped with an antique handkerchief.
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Eggleston
The matron of honor was Caryn Mirek of Dunkirk. She wore a strapless satin A-line gown with a ruched bodice and a chiffon pleated side drape in a watermelon shade, and carried a bouquet with coordinating pink roses and carnations.
The best man was Stephen Ubaney of Fredonia. Eric Gloss, son of the bride, of Fredonia, served as usher and also read a verse from the Bible. The sister of the groom, Nicole Miller of Grand Island, read "The Apache Wedding Poem" during the ceremony. Bryan Duffy, classical guitarist, played prelude music.
The reception took place at Webb's Captain's Table in Mayville, located on Chautauqua Lake.
The bride attended SUNY Fredonia and graduated with a master of education degree in 2003. She is employed by Dunkirk City Schools as a teacher. The groom attended SUNY Fredonia and graduated with a bachelor of science degree in business administration in 1987. He is employed by Bush Industries in Jamestown as a materials planning manager.
The couple enjoyed a honeymoon in Aruba in August. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Eggleston reside in Fredonia.