Gina Ann Mulranen and Nicholas Kent Tinney were joined in marriage Feb. 14, 2016, at St. Matthews Catholic Church in Conshohocken, Pa., on a beautiful clear day with a high temperature of 16 degrees. The bride’s uncle, Father Mulranen, performed the ceremony and also celebrated his 60th birthday that day.
Gina is the daughter of Peter and Diane Mulranen of Aston, Pa. She graduated from Cabrini College in 2010 with a degree in mathematics, concentration in secondary education, and graduated Arcadia University in 2015 with a master’s in education, mathematics. Since 2010, she has taught middle and high school math in the Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School’s gifted program, the University Scholars Program in West Chester, Pa.
Nick is the son of Steve and Valerie Tinney of Castle Rock. A 2008 graduate of Castle Rock High School, he attended Lower Columbia College before joining the Air Force in 2010. He is currently a staff sergeant, spent four years as a load master on a C-17, and is training to be a flight engineer.
The Disney themed reception, “Wish Upon a Star” was held in Bluebell, Pa., at the private and historic landmark Normandy Farms estate. Dana Mulranen, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor, and Chris Tinney, brother of the groom served as best man. Bridesmaids included Ashley Custer, Melissa Leary, Amanda Wyatt, Ashley McColgan, Brittney Yegla, and Kayla Lowrie. Groomsmen included Colton Desmarias, Brian Shinsec, Craig Lowrie, Kevin Foster and Zach Varkevisser.
Nick and Gina will celebrate their honeymoon at a later date, when Nick has completed his flight engineer training program. The day after the ceremony he returned to school in Albuquerque, N.M. After a week-long cross country trip with her father, Gina joined him.