Kelly Dawn Hoyt, the daughter of Paul and Sandra Hoyt of Broadalbin, was united in marriage to Brian Nathan Dingman, the son of Barbara Dingman of Maryville, Tenn., at 4 p.m. Aug. 28, 2010.
The ceremony took place at the Sport Island Pub, Northville. Gloversville City Court Judge Joan Antonik officiated.
The bride was escorted by her parents.
Brian and Kelly Dingman
The maid of honor was Taylor Morgan Dingman of Gloversville, daughter of the bridegroom. The bridal attendants were: Holly Van Allen of Clifton Park, Saratoga County, sister of the bride; Kimberly Sullivan of Sterling, Conn. and Suzanne Kissinger of Broadalbin, cousins of the bride; and Megan Montgomery of Hagaman.
The best man was Ian Hunter Dingman of Gloversville, son of the bridegroom. The groomsmen were Matthew Zytko of Warwick, Orange County; Ed Dingman of Broadalbin, Wayne Dingman and Bill Dingman, both of Gloversville, all brothers of the bridegroom
A reception for 60 guests took place at Sport Island Pub.
A wedding trip was to Riviera Maya, Mexico. The couple resides in Gloversville.
The bride is: a 1991 graduate of Broadalbin-Perth High School; a 1993 graduate of the State University of New York at Albany with a bachelor's degree; and has a juris doctorate degree from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law in 1996. In 1997, she became an attorney and partner at Hoyt & Preston of Broadalbin.
The bridegroom is: a 1980 graduate of Broadalbin High School; a 1989 graduate of the University at Albany with a bachelor's degree; and a 2000 graduate of Union College with a master's of business administration degree. He is a General Electric health care consultant manager.