CANFIELD -- Keri Kathleen Weiss and Chad Israel Hupp, both of 7357 Eisenhower Drive, Boardman, were united in marriage by the Rev. George Lee during a 4 p.m. ceremony that took place June 2 at Canfield United Methodist Church.
A reception was held afterward in the Grand Ballroom at the Holiday Inn in Boardman to honor the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Weiss, 253 Fairview Ave., and son of Kimberly Hupp, 20 Court St.
The couple honeymooned during a tour of the United Kingdom and are living at the Eisenhower Drive address.
The bride's sleeveless diamond-white satin A-line gown was embellished with caviar beading. She completed her ensemble with a fingertip-length veil.
Burgundy gowns were worn by Carrie Wild of Concord, N.C., the honor attendant, and the bridesmaids, Emmy Weiss of Fairfield, the bride's sister-in-law, and Kari Wilson of Mount Jackson, Pa.
The duties of best man were performed by Steve Cox of Youngstown, and groomsmen were the bride's brothers, Andrew Weiss of Fairfield and Michael Weiss of Canfield.
The bride graduated from Kent State University and is employed at the Lear Corp. in Lordstown.
The groom attended Youngstown State University and is employed at Firestone Tire and Service Center in Boardman.

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