SHARON, Pa. -- Living in Masury after honeymooning at Montego Bay, Jamaica, are Gary Christopher Candor and his bride, the former Cinnamon Cassandra DoBay, who were married Oct. 20 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
The Rev. Matthew Ruyechan presided at the 12:30 p.m. wedding for the daughter of Phillip L. and Margaret A. DoBay, 597 S. Warner Road, Brookfield, and the son of Raymond R. and Evelyn Candor, 7865 Third St., Masury.
A reception was held at DiVieste Banquet Hall, Warren.
Beaded schiffli and Venise laces embellished the bride's organza princess-style gown. It featured a split cathedral train with a satin insert.
The honor attendants, Julie DoBay and Mary Margaret Downie, wore platinum-colored gowns, and wisteria gowns were worn by the bridesmaids, Melissa Hunger, Christine Gregory, Candace Prater, Carrie Court, Janine Bowser and Denise Courtwright. Flower girls were Caitlyn Rice and Alexandria Court.
Mark Candor and Gregory Candor were best men, and groomsmen were Phillip E. DoBay, Locke DoBay, Chancellor DoBay, Bruce Donaldson, Timothy Filipovich Jr. and James Filipovich. Ring bearers were Lendon DoBay and Dylan DoBay.
A speech pathologist with Youngstown Hearing and Speech Center, Boardman, the bride earned a master's degree at Kent State University.
The groom is an electrician with Santon Electric in Boardman.

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