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Skripac and Kastenhuber married in August ceremony

October 18, 2010
The Town Crier
A honeymoon trip to the Bahamas followed the Aug. 28 wedding of Tracy Wyant Skripac of Canfield and Steven Kastenhuber of Salem. The couple now resides in Canfield.

The Rev. Lawrence Bowald officiated as the couple exchanged vows during a 1:30 p.m. ceremony at Canfield Presbyterian Church. A dinner reception followed at A La Carte Catering.

The bride is the daughter of Joe and Dorothy (Wyant) Granchie of Boardman, and the groom is the son of Emma Kastenhuber of Salem and the late Walter Kastenhuber.

Kristen Wyant, the bride’s niece, served as honor attendant. Flower girls were Jessica and Jacilyn Wilk, also nieces of the bride.

The duties of best man were performed by the groom’s son, Luke Kastenhuber. Evan Skripac, the bride’s son, served as ring bearer. Guests were ushered by the bride’s nephew, Brandon Wyant, and Jimmy Armeni, a friend of the groom.

Special music at the wedding ceremony was performed by Sherry Goddard, Danielle Goddard, Laura Miller, Gregory Sprouse and Natalie Sprouse.

The bride holds a master’s degree in adult health nursing from Kent State University and certification in advanced oncology and hospice/palliative nursing. She is an education project manager for the Oncology Nursing Society, based in Pittsburgh, and is also an affiliate nursing faculty for Indiana Wesleyan University’s Cleveland campus.

The groom graduated from Ohio State University with a baccalaureate degree in business administration with a major in accounting. He is a CPA and owner/director of the Visiting Angels home care agency serving Portage and Geauga counties.

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