The Star Beacon; Ashtabula, Ohio

November 24, 2013


For the Star Beacon

— Autumn Grandbouché became the bride of Tim Covell in a double-ring wedding June 8, 2013, at Andover United Methodist Church. The Rev. Vernon Palo officiated the noon ceremony. Providing guitar music for the occasion was Rikki Piaser, cousin of the bride.

Parents of the bride are Jason and Julie Grandbouché of Ashtabula. Her grandparents are Richard and Holly Watson and the late Joyce (Spencer) Grandbouché, all of Ashtabula, and the late Emil Grandbouché of Cleveland, Tenn. The groom’s parents are Mary Covell of Geneva and the late James Covell. His grandparents are the late Don and Clarette Borner of Ashtabula and the late Bert and Betty Covell of Geneva.

For her wedding the bride chose a white strapless dress fitted at the waist with a skirt of beautiful, flowing layers cut above the knee. The groom was attired in a black and white tuxedo with platinum accents.

Serving as maid of honor was Jessica Francis of North Kingsville. Bridesmaids included Melissa Miller and Shannon Oxley, both of Ashtabula; and Autumn Nagle of Pittsburgh, Pa. Flower girl was Grace Andrus of Geneva, cousin of the bride.

Best man was Ryan Goff of Jefferson. Groomsmen were Brent Wilks of Jefferson; Tony Motley of Austinburg; and George Penzenik of Myrtle Beach, S.C. Ring bearer was André Grandbouché, brother of the bride.

A reception for the couple followed at Sheffield Township Hall.

The bride graduated from Edgewood Senior High School in 2008. She is a fitness instructor at Yoga House in North Kingsville. The groom, a 1994 graduate of Geneva High School, is manager at Ashtabula Napa.

Following a wedding trip to North Carolina, the couple reside in Geneva.