Crounse — Sayles
Jaime L. Crounse, the daughter of Bryan and Kathy Crounse of Gloversville, was united in marriage to David J. Sayles, the son of Deborah Canfield of Fonda, and the late Steven Sayles of Winter Haven, Fla., at 3 p.m. Oct. 7.
The ceremony and reception took place at their home in Johnstown, with approximately 150 guests in attendance. The Rev. William T. Hodgetts Jr. officiated.
The bride was escorted, and given in marriage by her father.
The matron of honor was Stephanie Darling of Gloversville. The bridal attendants were Christina Crounse, sister of the bride; Renee Sayles, Megan Simonds, Jessika Hoff, Virginia D’ Amore and Melanie Boogie, all of Gloversville. The flower girls were Abigail Sayles, niece of the bridegroom; and Elka Sayles, daughter of the bride and bridegroom.
The best man was Steven Sayles of Waterford, Saratoga County, brother of the bridegroom. The attendants included Scott Sayles of Saratoga, brother of the bridegroom; Brett Mills of Schenectady, Jeff Egan of Johnstown, Erik Egan, Thomas Valachovic, and Travis D’ Amore, all of Gloversville. The ringbearer was Hunter Sayles, son of the bride and bridegroom.
James Canfield, grandfather of the bridegroom was also in attendance.
A wedding trip was taken to Niagara Falls, Canada. The couple resides in Johnstown.
Crounse, who is a 2002 graduate of Gloversville High School, is employed as a business manager at Classic Auto Wash, Johnstown.
Sayles is employed as a production floor operator at Fage, Johnstown.