Covington newlyweds plan 2020 honeymoon
Samantha Jane Reed, daughter of Michael and Constance Reed, of Westfield, former city residents, and Brett James Weiskopff, son of Matthew and Cindy Weiskopff, of Covington, were united in marriage at 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 28, 2019, at the Covington Church of Christ, Covington. The groom’s aunt, Linda Andrews, officiated the double ring ceremony.
The bride was given in marriage by her grandfather, Jerome Derr, of Williamsport.
The bride’s sister, Michele Landolt, of Salisbury, Maryland, was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids included Emily Strickhouser, York, Miranda Seitz, Mechanicsburg, and Katie Young, Westfield. Junior bridesmaid was Ella Weiskopff and flower girl was Ava Weiskopff, both of Covington, nieces of the groom.
The best men were brother Brad Weiskopff, of Blossburg, and Brian Weiskopff, of Covington. Groomsmen were Ethan Weiskopff, of Blossburg, nephew of the groom, and Chris Southard, of Mansfield, cousin of the groom. Junior groomsman was Beckett Gilmour, of Williamsport, cousin of the bride.
Samantha is a 2005 graduate of Cowanesque Valley High School, Westfield, and a 2009 graduate of Lock Haven University with a bachelor of arts in psychology. She is employed by Tioga County Department of Human Services in Wellsboro as a caseworker supervisor.
Brett is a 2001 graduate of North Penn High School, Mansfield, and a 2005 Mansfield University graduate with a bachelor’s degree in social work. He is also a caseworker supervisor employed by Tioga County Department of Human Services, Wellsboro.
A reception was held at Corey Creek Golf Course, Mansfield. The rehearsal dinner was held by the groom’s parents at the church’s social hall.
The couple is planning a 2020 honeymoon. They reside in Covington.