YOUNGSTOWN -- St. Columba Cathedral was the setting Oct. 6 for the wedding of Jamie Lynn Domer, 6625 Bristlewood Drive, Boardman, and Carlo Paul Cordon, 4704 Brookwood Road, Boardman.
The couple exchanged vows at 2:30 p.m. in the presence of Monsignor Lawrence Fye and the Rev. James Daprile, and were honored afterward during a reception at the Butler Institute of American Art.
The daughter of Raymond T. Domer, also of 6625 Bristlewood Drive, and the late Roberta Domer, and the son of Peter and Alba Cordon, 111 Prestwick Drive, Boardman, honeymooned on the Hawaiian island of Maui and live at the groom's address.
The bride's white silk crepe sheath gown was enhanced with crystals and featured a scooped neckline, spaghetti straps and a chapel train.
Mocha-colored gowns were worn by Erin Domer and Kelley Cervello, the honor attendants, and the bridesmaids, Florey Dorenkott, Allison Domer, Noelle Domer, Kirsten Fenton, Julie Ambrosia, Nancy Hood and Jackie Bak. Flower girl was Cameron Cervello.
Pete Cordon was best man, and groomsmen were Timothy Domer, Scott Domer, Al Cervello, David Mdnsky, Matt Keane, John Mailey, Bob Sanna and Scott Fazzone.
The bride attended Youngstown State University and is owner/director of Jamie's Dance Force in Boardman.
The groom, a teacher at Boardman Glenwood Middle School and assistant head coach of Boardman High School Varsity Swim Team, earned a bachelor's degree at Kent State University and a master's in education from YSU.

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