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June nuptials unite Mraz, Cirelli

August 28, 2013
The Town Crier

The Lake Club in Poland was the setting on June 30, 2012 for the summer wedding of Joseph A. Cirelli III and his bride, Katie Lynn Mraz.

The Rev. Jerry Hunt officiated the late afternoon ceremony that united the daughter of Robert and Barbara Mraz of Austintown, and the son of Kathleen Cirelli of Canfield, and the late Joseph A. Cirelli, Jr.

A reception was held in their honor at the same location before they left for a honeymoon to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic.

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MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH A. CIRELLI

The bride wore an ivory, strapless, modified trumpet gown with a crystal embellished bust and a ruffled, flowing train. Her ivory veil laid at her waist and she carried a bouquet of ivory and blush peonies and roses.

Nicole Ramson of Poland, the bride's sister, was her matron of honor and her younger sister, Marissa Mraz of Austintown, was the bride's maid of honor. Her bridesmaids were Michele Mancini of Youngstown, cousin of the bride; Brandi Dawson of Westlake, sister-in-law of the groom; Jennifer Walters of Youngstown, cousin of the bride; Erica Meiroff of Youngstown, friend of the bride; and Cassandra Bonilla of Boardman, friend of the bride. The flower girls were Gianna Mancini of McDonald, and Gabriella Murgas of Columbus, both cousins of the bride. They wore plum dresses and carried ivory and blush peonies and roses.

Serving as best man for the groom was his brother, Michael Cirelli of Kansas City, Mo. His groomsmen included Todd Dawson of Westlake, brother of the groom; Jonathan Hunt of Austintown, friend of the couple; John Ramson of Poland, brother-in-law of the bride; Steven Lukens of Beaver Falls, Pa., friend of the groom; Zac Calkins of Connellsville, Pa., friend of the groom; Adam Roth of Altoona, Pa., friend of the groom. The groom's nephew, Samuel Dawson of Westlake, was the ring bearer.

A teacher in the Youngstown area, the bride earned her bachelor's degree in early childhood education from Youngstown State University.

Her husband graduated from Geneva College as a double major in sociology and student ministry and is a residence hall director at Geneva College while working on his master's degree in higher education administration.

They have made their home in Beaver Falls, Pa.

 
 

 

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