JEAN HOBBSBRADLEY HERSHFELDT
GRAND CAYMAN, British West Indies -- Jean Nikole Hobbs and Bradley Allen Hershfeldt, both of Canfield, were married at 4 p.m. Oct. 10 at Aqua Bay Club, Seven Mile Beach.
The Rev. Linda Lloyd officiated for the daughter of Edward and Pamela Hobbs of Canfield and the son of Steven and Kimberly Hershfeldt, also of Canfield.
A postnuptial reception was held Nov. 24 at the Salem Golf Club in Salem.
The couple are living in Canfield.
The bride wore a strapless A-line gown designed with an empire waist. The satin bodice was adorned with sequins and crystals, and the chiffon skirt featured a train.
The bride's brother, Edward Hobbs of Columbus, was her honor attendant, and the groom's nieces, Caleigh Stuart and Mailee Hershfeldt, were flower girls.
Steven Hershfeldt, the groom's brother, was best man, and ring bearers were his nephews, Morgan Hershfeldt and Cameron Stuart. Ushers were the bride's cousins, Robert and Jon Lloyd.
Mrs. Hershfeldt graduated from Denison University in Granville with a bachelor's degree in English and religion.
The groom is employed as inside sales manager with Valley Containers Inc. in Mineral Ridge.