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Domer becomes bride of Drabison May 23

August 7, 2009
The Town Crier
St. Joseph Parish in Austintown was the setting May 23 for the spring wedding of David A.S. Drabison and his bride, Brittany A. Domer. 

The Rev. John Trimbur and the Rev. "Duffy" Roberts shared in officiating at the 2 p.m. ceremony that united the daughter of Gerald and Linda Domer of Austintown and the son of Dave and Jan Drabison, also of Austintown. 

A reception was held in their honor at Mr. Anthony's in Boardman that evening, and they left for a honeymoon to Aruba.

The bride wore a strapless ivory satin gown embellished with silver beading, crystals, and ivory pearls. A silver satin sash wrapped around her hips, with more crystals and beading flowing down the bodice and train. Her tiara with veil was worn in the shade of silver and ivory pearls, and she carried a bouquet of peach and pink roses.

Jessica McHenry was the bride's maid of honor, and her bridesmaids were Jen Drabison, sister of the groom; Erin Bell, friend of the couple; Ashley Wentworth, cousin of bride; and junior bridesmaid Sarah Drabison, cousin of the groom. The maid of honor wore a shrimp pink floor-length gown accented with a peach ribbon, and the other bridesmaids wore peach quarter-length dresses accented with a shrimp ribbon. 

Serving as the best man for the groom was Tony Ghioldi, a friend of the couple. His groomsmen included Mike Domer, brother of the bride; Mike Ward, friend of the couple; Bill Greier, cousin of the groom; and junior ushers, Nick and Vince Mancini, cousins of the bride. 

The bride earned her bachelor’s degree in biology at Youngstown State University and is pursuing a master's in education. She is currently employed as the general manager at Panera Bread in Canfield.

The groom earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at Youngstown State and is pursuinging on a master's in mechanical engineering at the University of Akron. He is currently employed at The Babcock & Wilcox Company in Barberton as a design engineer in the nuclear division.

They have made their home in Austintown. 

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