, Salem, MA


March 16, 2013

Gaffney - Maniscalco

Frederick and Lorraine Gaffney of Salem, Ma.

along with,

Albert and Patricia Maniscalco of Revere, Ma.

proudly announce the engagement

of their children,

Ashley Kate Gaffney and Jeff Maniscalco.

Ashley is a graduate of Suffolk University

and currently works as a

Cosmetologist in Peabody, Ma.

Jeff is a US Marine Veteran, a graduate of

Salem State University and is a

Fire Fighter in Winthrop, Ma.

The couple reside in Peabody, Ma.

with their dog, Buddy.

A Fall wedding is scheduled for

October 4th, 2013.

Maid of Honor is childhood friend, Erin McCabe and Best Man is brother of the Groom,

Michael Maniscalco.

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