Couple wed in Buckley then off to Hawaii

Eric Crivello and Heather Frost were married Aug. 29, 2008, at the Tracy Castle in Buckley, followed by a honeymoon in Hawaii.

  • Monday, December 1, 2008 10:46pm
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Eric Crivello and Heather Frost were married Aug. 29, 2008, at the Tracy Castle in Buckley, followed by a honeymoon in Hawaii.

The groom is the son of Anthony Crivello and Patti Curtiss. He is a 2007 graduate of Puyallup High School, spent four years in the United States Marine Corps and is two semesters away from earning a degree from City University in Seattle.

The bride is the daughter of Dennis and Karen Frost. She is a 2005 graduate of White River High School and received a degree in fashion marketing from the Art Institute of Seattle.

The couple are making their home in Spanaway, Wash.

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