Kielly Ann Triaga and Brian James Dietzen were united in marriage on Sept. 10, 2011, at St. Hedwig's Church in Dunkirk. The double-ring ceremony was performed by Father Daniel P. Walsh.
The bride is the daughter of Joseph M. Triaga of Fredonia and Thomas and Cindy Brown of Dunkirk. The groom is the son of Charles Dietzen and the late Janet Dietzen of Dunkirk.
Terri Helwig was the soloist and organist at the ceremony. Chad Graves, friend of the bride, escorted her down the aisle. She wore a white, strapless, sweetheart satin A-line gown with lace and beaded appliques with a chapel-length train. She carried a colonial bouquet of yellow roses, white gerber daisies, white fresia hand-tied with white ribbon and the rosary beads of her great grandmother and mother-in-law. She also wore a crystal crown and an elbow-length veil with crystal detailing.
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Dietzen
Jacqueline Wronski of Silver Creek, friend of the bride, served as the matron of honor. Bridesmaids included Lindsey Triaga of Monroeville, Pa., sister of the bride; Kimberly Myers of Fredonia, stepsister of the bride; Ashley Erickson of Dunkirk, Christina Goss of Dunkirk and Jodi Burgess of Dunkirk, all friends of the bride. They wore short, pleated satin, strapless dresses in a malibu color. Gwendolyn O'Connell of Buffalo, the bride's cousin, served as the flower girl.
William Kuras of Dunkirk, friend of the groom, served as the best man. Groomsmen included Robert Dietzen of Maryland, brother of the groom; Brody McKennan of Fredonia, cousin of the bride; and friends of the groom Douglas Switzer of Dunkirk, Edmund Biondo of Monroeville, Pa., Brent Burgess of Portland and Sean Kaus of Arizona? Serving as ring bearers were Brandon and Ayden Wronski, sons of the matron of honor and the bride's "little buddies."
The bride is a 2004 graduate of Fredonia High School and Tri-State Business College in 2005. She is a veterinary assistant and receptionist.
The groom is a 1998 graduate of Dunkirk High School and SUNY Brockport. He graduated from Jamestown Community College majoring in criminal justice. In 2005 he graduated from the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Academy and now works for the City of Dunkirk.
A honeymoon is planned for May 2012. The couple resides in Dunkirk with their two dogs Brutus and Sarge.