CANFIELD -- The Outer Banks of North Carolina was the honeymoon destination of Christopher Eash and his bride, the former Samantha Kostur, both of 435 Pennsylvania Ave., McDonald, who were married Oct. 13 at Lord of Life Lutheran Church.
The Rev. Connie Mentzer presided at the 3:30 p.m. ceremony, and later the newlyweds were honored during a reception at Mahoning Country Club, Girard.
The bride, a daughter of William Kostur of McDonald and Sandra Borton of Girard, attended Youngstown State University. She is a crew member at Burger King, Youngstown.
The groom, whose parents are Donald and Bonita Eash, 5745 Kirk Road, graduated from YSU. He is a mechanical designer with International Engineering Solutions, North Jackson. He also served in the U.S. Navy.
The bride's white organza gown was fashioned with a sheer bodice accented by Alencon lace and a full skirt with a semicathedral train.
Honor attendant was Paula Cummins of Ann Arbor, Mich., the bride's stepsister, and bridesmaids were Jackie Eash of Austintown, the groom's sister-in-law, and Kimberly Hebb, Warren, the bride's cousin. Junior attendant was Samantha Eash of Austintown, and flower girl was Rachel Eash of Austintown, the groom's nieces.
Joseph Kirkpatrick of Struthers served as best man. Groomsmen were Jonathan Eash of Austintown, the groom's brother, and David Cummins, Hubbard, the bride's stepbrother. The bride's son, Cameron Creech of McDonald, was ring bearer.

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