Gravagne, Creel united in marriage
Amy Leigh Gravagne and Maj. Casey Romero Creel were united in marriage on Saturday, May 26, at the New Mexico Veteran’s Memorial in Albuquerque.
Amy is the daughter of Pam Gravagne and Rob White of Sandia Park, and Nick Gravagne and Peg Brown of Strawberry, Ariz. Amy is a 1997 graduate of Albuquerque Academy and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in music performance from Lawrence University in 2001.
She is currently pursuing a master’s degree at the University of New Mexico. She is a self-employed music instructor and performer.
Casey is the son of Col. Mike and Ruth Romero of Bosque Farms, and Darrell and Paula Creel of Albuquerque. Casey graduated from Rio Grande High School in 1991, and earned a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts from the University of New Mexico in 2002. He is currently serving in the United States Air Force.
The couple were married by Rev. David Madera, and music was provided by Anthony, Ian and Stephen Gravagne, brothers of the bride.
The maid of honor was the bride’s cousin, Alexis Kenyon, of Boise, Idaho, and the best man was the groom’s brother, Robert La Fountain of Hampton, Va.
The bridesmaids were the bride’s sisters-in-law, Jade Rotonda and Amy Lentz of Albuquerque. The flower girls were Annette Creel, sister of the groom; and Gina and Lydia Gravagne, nieces of the bride.
The groomsmen were Denver Brooks of Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., and, brother-in-law, Don Yu, of Lantana, Texas. The ring bearer was Hunter Yu, nephew of the groom, of Lantana, Texas.
Following the wedding ceremony, the couple held a reception at the New Mexico Veteran’s Memorial. For their honeymoon, they went to Durango, Silverton and Ouray, Colo., and Lantana, Texas.
They will make their home in Peralta.