POLAND -- NUPTIAL VOWS WERE EXCHANGED DURING A 3 P.M. CEREMONY OCT. 20 AS CARISA LEE NEIDER, 6161/2
POLAND -- NUPTIAL VOWS WERE EXCHANGED DURING A 3 P.M. CEREMONY OCT. 20 AS CARISA LEE NEIDER, 6161/2 ELM ST., STRUTHERS, AND GEORGE HAROLD WRAY III, 2144 THOMAS ROAD, HUBBARD, WERE UNITED IN MARRIAGE BY THE REV. JEANNIE WINTERS AT POLAND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.
A reception was held at The Elm Tree, Struthers, for the daughter of Shirley Lee Neider, 163 Smithfield St., Struthers, and the late Thomas J. Neider Jr., and the son of George H. Wray Jr., Hubbard.
After a honeymoon at Niagara Falls, Canada, the couple live in Struthers.
Lace appliques, pearls and sequins adorned the bride's white satin gown, and the full skirt flowed into a cathedral train.
Sandy Bissett of Edinburg, Pa., served as honor attendant for her cousin. Flower girl was the groom's niece, Katelyn Wylie of Hubbard.
The duties of best man were performed by the groom's cousin, Michael Haydu of Niles, and ring bearer was David Beavers of Struthers, a cousin of the bride. Guests were ushered by William Haydu of Akron, the groom's cousin; Nathan Caine of Niles; and James Metcalf of Struthers, a brother of the bride.
The bride, a homemaker, graduated from Harding Business College in Youngstown with a medical assistant degree.
The groom graduated from TDDS Professional Training Center and is a diesel mechanic with Travel Center of America in Austintown.