Benedic - Worth Wedding
The wedding was celebrated on May 24, 2008 at The Champagne Palace in Harahan with Brother Jackie Gestes officiating.
The bride, whose mother is the former Lynnette Waguespack, graduated from Destrehan High School and is attending Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center pursuing a degree in nursing.
She is the granddaughter of Mr. And Mrs. Jack Roberts of River Ridge, Mr. And Mrs. James Waguespack, Sr. of Destrehan and the late Mr. And Mrs. Louis Benedic, Sr. of New Orleans.
The groom, whose mother is the former Ann Linda Alouise, graduated from Destrehan High School and Louisiana State University where he received a degree in construction management. He is self-employed.
Mr. Worth is the grandson of Mr. And Mrs. Anthony Alouise of Metairie and Mrs. Ann Worth and the late Mr. Robert Worth of Lacombe.
The couple honeymooned in the Southern Caribbean and now reside in Kenner.
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