COLLEEN MCQUILLANRAINER WOLF
YOUNGSTOWN -- A reception was held May 26 at Fonderlac Country Club in New Springfield to honor Rainer Wolf and his bride, the former Colleen Patricia McQuillan, both of 5519 Turtle Station Way, Westerville, who were married at 3:30 p.m. at Martin Luther Lutheran Church.
The daughter of John and Judy Armeni, 7597 Sugar Creek Drive, Boardman, and the son of Cathleen Wolf, Palm Desert, Calif, and Peter Wolf, Seattle, exchanged vows in the presence of the Rev. Robert Linsz.
After a honeymoon at St. Lucia, they live at the Westerville address.
Crystal beading enhanced the bodice of the bride's ivory gown. It featured spaghetti straps, a full organza skirt and a court train.
Tahnee Powrie was the honor attendant, and bridesmaids were Tara and Jennifer McQuillan, the bride's sisters; Kimberly Gierescher; Melissa Bruno; and Melissa Wolf, the groom's sister-in-law. Flower girl was Morgan Wolf, his niece.
The groom's twin brother, Guerin Wolf, served as best man, and groomsmen were Jamie Green, Greg Murphy, Jerry Ramos, Mark Hayes and Neil McMeekin.
The bride and groom attended Ohio State University, Columbus. She is a bartender at Quaker Steak and Lube, and he is a bartender at Quaker Steak and Lube and Slapsy Maxies, all in Columbus.