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Kirtos and Hartman nuptials at B&O Station

December 10, 2009
The Town Crier
The B&O Station Hall in Youngstown was the setting for the Sept. 25 wedding of Pamela N. Kirtos and Noll Hartman.

The Rev. Dr. Abel Robles officiated at the 4:30 p.m. ceremony that united the daughter of Robert and Kathleen Kirtos of Canfield, and the son of Marcia and the late Richard Hartman of New Springfield.

An evening reception was held in their honor at A La Cart Catering in Canfield.

The bride wore a champagne-colored strapless two-piece gown with lace-up satin embroidered corset, and a pearl-accented and floral-embroidered satin skirt with tulle overlay. She wore a matching floral-embroidered veil, and carried a bouquet, designed by her mother, of white sunflowers, pearls and Swarovski crystals.

Her bridesmaids were Jennifer Simon-Fedor of Poland, Melanie Vonovick of Austintown and Shannon Petrosky of Struthers, all friends of the bride.

Serving as groomsmen were Nicholas Rivera of Portage, Mich. and Kevin Povec of Charlotte, N.C., friends of the groom, and James Kirtos of Boardman, brother of the bride.

Ushers included Heather Jurina of Austintown, Jay Miller of Struthers, Michael Norton of Canfield, Keith Povec of Austintown and Angelo Scordo of Struthers, all friends of the bride and groom.

An RIA department assistant at WRP Investments in Liberty, the bride earned her bachelor's degree in applied science from Youngstown State University.

The groom is a logistics specialist with PC Plus Innovations in Vienna.

They have made their home in Canfield and plan a Las Vegas honeymoon in spring 2010.

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