CAMPBELL -- The Rev. Michael Swierz solemnized the marriage of Amy Marie Ragozine, 5555 Sharon Drive, Boardman, and Anthony Ray Canterino II, 1028 Tod Ave., Girard, in a ceremony at 4 p.m. May 25 at St. Joseph the Provider Church.
After a honeymoon near Cancun, Mexico, the newlyweds live in Boardman. A reception at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church hall, Youngstown, honored the daughter of Richard and Maria Ragozine of the Boardman address and the son of Tony and Theresa Canterino of the Girard address.
A kindergarten teacher in Girard City Schools, Mrs. Canterino earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education at Youngstown State University.
The groom graduated from Trumbull Career and Technical Center, Warren, with a degree as an electrical technician. He works in maintenance with Trumbull County Sanitary Engineers Office, Howland.
Wearing cornflower blue dresses were the honor attendant, Gina Pallo, and bridesmaids, Lisa Handel, Leah Santore, Rachel Lowry, Kristen Ragozine, Christine Caldrone, Kellie Lawrence and Josephine Nacarato. Gina Rosace was flower girl.
Angelo Caldrone was best man. Groomsmen were Michael Canterino, Nicolas Canterino, Joe Ragozine, Andy Buonavolonta, Sam Buonavolonta, Frank Santore and Todd Santore. Ring bearer was Joseph Buonavolonta.
A pearl neckline accented the bride's A-line gown complemented by a pearl and crystal tiara that held a veil made by the bride's aunt, Gina Santore.

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