MARIA CARBONEHOWARD FRANK
YOUNGSTOWN -- Monsignor Michael Cariglio presided at a 1 p.m. ceremony Oct. 13 at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church as nuptial vows were exchanged by Maria Anna Carbone and Howard Glenn Frank, both of 160 Shadyside Drive, Boardman.
A reception was held in the church reception hall to honor the daughter of Josephine Perrett and Mario Carbone, both of Boardman, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Frank, 9157 N. Palmyra Road, Canfield.
Beading and embroidered flowers enhanced the bride's silk organza off-the-shoulder-style gown.
The bride's sisters, Anna Carbone and Elia Stanko, were honor attendants. Bridesmaids were Carmella Abraham, Debbie Napolitano, Mary Harris and Suzanne Esposito, her cousins; Jennifer White and Maggie Frank, the groom's sisters; and Colleen Lewis. They wore champagne-colored gowns.
Flower girl was Victoria White, the groom's niece, and ring bearer was David Stanko Jr., the bride's nephew
Best man was Eric Whitehouse, and groomsmen were Anthony Carbone, the bride's brother; Carl White, the groom's brother-in-law; David Stanko, her brother-in-law; Tim Whitehouse; Kyle Kekic, Joshua Yeany, and Kenny Morrow, his cousins; and Michael Nagy.
The bride is a medical assistant at Ankle and Foot Care Center, Boardman, and the groom is pursuing a bachelor's degree in exercise science at Youngstown State University.
They live at the Boardman address.