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Lowry – Vogt Wedding

Barbara  Anne Lowry and Gilbert Lee Vogt were united in marriage June 18, 2011, at the Historic Alexander Long House in Salisbury, home of the bride and groom.
The Rev. Cyrus Bush officiated the ceremony, which was followed by a reception.
The bride was attended by her best friend, Lisa Webster Glover of Salisbury. Bridesmaid was daughter of the groom Amanda Marie Vogt of Easton, Pa., and junior bridesmaid was daughter of the groom Stephanie Ann Vogt of Summit Hill, Pa.
The groom chose his best friend, Matthew David Gargone of Easton, Pa., as his best man. Groomsmen were brothers of the groom Rexford “Weaser” Vogt, III of Salisbury and Richard Dale Vogt of Easton, Pa.; as well as Roland Joseph Deluca, III of Easton, Pa.
Flower girls were daughters of the groom Alena Hailey Vogt and Emily Peyton Vogt of Summit Hill, Pa.
The wedding planner was Chereka Brown Cherry.
The bride is the daughter of Edwin J. Lowry, Sr. and Rosetta Freibert Duke of Louisville, Ky.  A graduate of University of Louisville, Louisville, Ky., and Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, S.C., she served her residency at Wake Forest University, Bowman Gray School of Medicine, where she was selected as Chief Resident of Psychiatry. She is the Associate Medical Director of Thomasville Medical Center Psychiatric Services and is owner of Salisbury Psychiatric Associates.
The groom is the son of George Rexford Vogt of Carlisle, Pa., and Deborah Van Horn Dutter of Easton, Pa. Educated in Easton schools, he is self-employed.
The bride and groom will honeymoon at several of their favorite places, including Greenbrier in West Virginia and Charleston, S.C., and will visit the mountains in the fall.
The couple will continue to live at their beautiful Long Haven, home of the Alexander Long House.
Mr. and Mrs. Vogt would like to thank their families, friends and colleagues for all their love and support during this most joyous time in their lives.   

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