CAMPBELL -- A cruise to Alaska followed the July 7 wedding of Nicole Marie LaLama and David Creston Altiere, both of Canfield, at St. Joseph the Provider Church.
The Revs. Michael Swierz and Timothy O'Neil officiated at the 1 p.m. ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. LaLama of Poland and the son of Dr. and Mrs. James N. Altiere Jr. of Canfield. A reception was held at The Georgetown, Boardman.
Mrs. Altiere, an escrow secretary with Commonwealth Land Title, Boardman, attended Ohio State University and graduated from Youngstown State University with a degree in criminal justice.
A graduate of OSU, Mr. Altiere earned a bachelor's in horticulture. He is a co-owner of Custom Blended Soils Inc., North Jackson.
The bride's sister, Michelle Swierz, was honor attendant. Bridesmaids were Renee Altiere and Rachel Altiere, the groom's sisters; Suzie Altiere, his sister-in-law; Angela Antronica, the bride's cousin; and Renee Johnson; Melissa Henry; Antonette Martucci; and Kelly Wells. They wore pewter-colored dresses. Sierra Wells, the groom's goddaughter, was flower girl.
Christopher Altiere was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were James Altiere III and John Altiere, also his brothers; Ronald Swierz, the bride's brother-in-law; and Tim Foran, Pete Stear, Joseph Chornyak, Michael Carey and Mark Wells. Ring bearers were Jeffrey and Rainier Altiere, his nephews.
The bride wore a white satin halter-style gown and carried a cascade bouquet of silk flowers designed by her mother.

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