JILLIAN HICKOK WILLIAM MORAN
JILLIAN HICKOKWILLIAM MORAN
BOARDMAN -- Jillian Hickok of Arlene Avenue, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hickok, 10225 Lincoln Road, Canfield, and William Moran, a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Moran, all of 38 Woodview Ave., were united in marriage Nov. 24 at St. Charles Church.
The Rev. William Petrunak officiated at the 1:30 p.m. wedding.
The couple were honored during a reception held in the Grand Ballroom at Stambaugh Auditorium, Youngstown, and afterward left on a wedding trip to Las Vegas.
The white Italian satin A-line gown worn by the bride was designed with a V-neckline, and the bodice was enhanced with crystals and pearls. She completed her ensemble with a matching coat that featured a chapel train.
Christine Self, the honor attendant, wore a navy and platinum gown, as did the bridesmaids, Mary Grace Kralik and Catherine Finnegan. Flower girl was Kathryn Metzger, the bride's niece.
The groom's brother, James Moran, performed the duties of best man, and Patrick and Timothy Moran, also his brothers, served as groomsmen. Guests were ushered by Jason Hickok, the bride's brother, and Thomas Allison, the groom's cousin.
The bride, who will retain her maiden name, attended Youngstown State University and is an associate benefits adjuster with Trustmark Insurance Co.
The groom also attended YSU and is employed by Boardman Township.