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Morgan Malovich and Bradley Hillegas were united in marriage during a ceremony performed by Daniel J. Oldham at 3:30 p.m. on Dec. 12 at Whispering Hollow Estates, Pleasantville.

Mrs. Hillegas is the daughter of Kevin and Melissa Malovich of Claysburg. She is a 2014 graduate of Claysburg-Kimmel High School and a 2018 graduate of Mount Aloysius College with a Bachelor of Science in Pre-Health Studies. She is attending Shenandoah University, pursuing a doctorate degree in pharmacy, and hopes to return to the area upon graduation to practice. She is a pharmacy intern at Rite Aid Pharmacy.

Mr. Hillegas is the son of Tracy Hartman of Berlin, Pa., and Jody Hillegas of Shanksville. He is a 2012 graduate of Berlin-Brothersvally High School and is a foreman at Crilon Corp., Somerset.

The bride wore a long-sleeve, champagne dress with crystal-beaded waistband and sparkling sequin lace appliques on the skirt. The bouquet was hand-picked by the bride and assembled by Peggy’s Flower Shop in Claysburg.

Michaela Kelly was the matron of honor, while Emily Weiland, Teresa Drenning, Kirsten Hoffman and Alexandria Lehman served as bridesmaids.

The best man was Cody Hillegas and the groomsmen were Tyler Hoffman, Zach Kelly, Wesley Pritts and Drew Glotfelty.

Music was provided by Casey Castel of DJ Casey.

The couple was honored at a wedding reception at Whispering Hollow Estates, Pleasantville.

Mr. and Mrs. Hillegas are waiting for the bride to finish pharmacy school before planning a honeymoon and buying a house.

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