YOUNGSTOWN -- Paradise Island in the Bahamas is the honeymoon destination of Andrew J. Scarmack and his bride, the former Sarrah M. Seibert, who were married at 2 p.m. June 30 at St. Christine Church and were honored afterward at the Maronite Center.
The Rev. David Rhodes presided for the daughter of Christine and Lowell D. Seibert, 6155 Gibson Road, Canfield, and the son of Andrew C. and Kathleen Scarmack, 6992 Tamarck Drive, Hubbard.
The bride's gown featured a tank bodice, a box-pleated organza skirt, a dropped waistline and was enhanced with crystals.
Wearing platinum-colored gowns were the bride's sister and honor attendant, Rebecca Seibert, and the bridesmaids, Ann Marie Zuschin, the groom's sister; Erin Boyle and Lauren Delgowsh, her cousins; Angie Bugner; Heather Prince; and Jessica Summers.
Best man was Daniel Chiaberta, and groomsmen were Vincent Burton; Marc Angle; Robert Fromm and William Cappabianca, cousins of the groom; Michael Zuschin, his brother-in-law; Michael King; and Sean McNally.
The couple will live in Gainesville, Fla., where the bride is a pharmacist with Walgreens Pharmacy and will begin her residency in pharmacy with Shands University of Florida Hospital. She graduated from Ohio Northern University with a doctor of pharmacy degree.
The groom, a special-education teacher at Eastside High School in Gainesville, holds a degree in social work/special education from Youngstown State University.

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