On Sept. 24, 2022, Kristy Jean Woodfield and David Michael Martin pledged their vows at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Jamestown, N.Y.
The Rev. Luke Fodor was the officiant. The organist was Brian Bogey, the trumpeter Rick Lundquist and the soprano soloist was Marika Koch, who performed “Ava Maria.” The readers were Susan Rowley and Diane Phillips. The parents of the bride are John and Karen Finson. Joan Martin and the late Daniel Martin are the parents of the groom. Molly Kay Woodfield was the maid of honor and Ethan Martin was the best man. Bridesmaids were Laurel Finson, Hannah Granger and Summer Martin. Groomsmen were Vincent Thompson and David Schaarsmith. The ushers were Harrison Granger and Adam Ditcher. The grandparents are Betty Yesny and the late Andrew Yesny.
The bride wore a satin Casablanca traditional gown with a cathedral-length train and a white rose floral bouquet. Hymns included “For the Beauty of the Earth”. The reception was at the Chautauqua Harbor Hotel in Celoron.
The couple has been dating for over two years and became engaged in October 2021. Woodfield is a criminal defense attorney at the Chautauqua County Public Defender’s Office, First Assistant. Martin is the president and chief executive officer of Larson Design Group in Pittsburgh. They will be honeymooning in Italy and are planning on living in Chautauqua County.