STACEY WOODALLBRIAN MCCLELLAND
YOUNGSTOWN -- Vows were exchanged at 2 p.m. Oct. 20 as Stacey Lynne Woodall and Brian Jeffrey McClelland were united in marriage at St. Christine Church by Monsignor David Rhodes and the Rev. Richard Murphy. Afterward a reception was held at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Hall.
The daughter of Joseph Jr. and Carmela Woodall, 3836 S. Schenley Ave., and the son of Joanne McClelland, 2730 Vollmer Drive, Austintown, and the late Donald McClelland, live in Austintown.
The sleeveless white satin ballgown worn by the bride featured a scooped neckline and cathedral train, and was embellished with lace, pearls and crystal beading.
Grape-colored gown were worn by Nicole Woodall and Tracy Goss, the honor attendants, and the bridesmaids, Emily Woodall, Carolyn Brammer, Joni DePiore, Colleen Lewis, Julie McClelland and Julie Roussel. Flower girl was Carly DeRose.
Best man was Scot McClelland, and groomsmen were Joseph Woodall III, Ron Gizzi, Michael Gizzi, Dominic Stellutto, Dave Bartholomew, John Trafficante and Chuck Barnhart. Ring bearer was Vinny DeRose.
A cum laude graduate of Youngstown State University with a bachelor's degree in education, the bride is a mathematics teacher at St. Christine Elementary School and is pursuing a master's in elementary education from Marygrove College, Detroit.
The groom graduated from YSU with a bachelor's degree in business administration and is a financial accountant with The Cafaro Co.