Lindsay Erin Chumita and Charles Louis William Scaglione were united in marriage Sept. 3 at St. Dominic's Parish in Youngstown.
The Rev. Gregory Maturi performed the afternoon ceremony for the daughter of Daniel and Joann Chumita of Boardman and the son of the late Charles Scaglione of Idaho, and Mel and Theresa Fenger of Port Clinton. A reception followed at the Assumption Social Center at St. Mary's in Youngstown.
The bride wore a diamond white gown by Maggie Sottero. It was made of soft shimmer satin featuring lace embellished with Swarovski crystals and handmade flowers.
MR. and MRS. CHARLES LOUIS WILLIAM SCAGLIONE
Wearing silver dresses were the bride's honor attendants, including Lori Prozy, matron of honor, and Carla Homchosky, maid of honor. The bridesmaids, also in silver dresses, were Tara Chumita, sister-in-law of the bride, Crystal Schneider, sister of the groom, plus Kelly Violi, Dena Lattanzio, Bailey Cregan, Alissa Guerrieri, Michelle Wise and Angela Croutch. The flower girl, dressed in white with a silver sash, was Jessica Schneider, the groom's niece.
The best men were Michael Croutch and Christopher Berardino. The groomsmen were Dan Chumita, brother of the bride, and Erik Krauss, Chuck Dillon, Mark Mingo, Ryan Kalby, Chuck Mills, Jeff Meehan and Mitch Prozy. The junior groomsman was Justin Schneider, the groom's nephew. Dalton Chumita, the bride's nephew and godson, was the ring bearer.
The new Mrs. Scaglione graduated from Youngstown State University with a bachelor's degree in nursing. She is currently employed as a registered nurse at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and is a nursing clinical instructor at the Community College of Allegheny County, both in Pittsburgh.
Mr. Scaglione graduated from Youngstown State University with a bachelor's degree in marketing and a minor in communications. He is currently a senior district market manager in Pittsburgh, for Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
They have made their home in Cranberry, Pa.