BOARDMAN -- Living in Warren after a honeymoon trip to the Adirondack Mountains in New York are Laurence Mingle and his bride, the former Jennifer Fish, who were married at 3 p.m. Aug. 5 at Cornerstone Presbyterian Church.
Parents of the bride are Charles Fish Sr. of McCayesville, Ga., and Mildred Fogle of Erie, Pa. She also is a foster daughter of Martha Krautter of Youngstown. Mr. Mingle is a son of Raymond Sr. and Constance Mingle of Chardon.
The Rev. William Wolfgang officiated, and a reception was held at Antone's Banquet Centre.
The couple are living in Warren.
The bride fashioned her gown with a form-fitting bodice of ivory satin and full ballgown skirt of sparkling organza.
Pahla Krautter of Youngstown, the bride's foster sister, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Angela McVay of Dahlonega, Ga., and Stacey Cooper of Youngstown, the bride's sisters, and Brittany Freeman of Burton, the groom's niece. They wore sage-green gowns. Bailey Freeman of Burton, his niece, was flower girl.
Best man was the groom's brother, Michael Mingle of Houston, and groomsmen were Michael Obratil of Chesterland, Dominic Oriani of Chesterland and the bride's foster brother, Luke Krautter of Youngstown. The bride's son, Nathan Fish of Youngstown, was ring bearer.
Mrs. Mingle is pursuing a degree in accounting at Youngstown State University.
Her husband is employed at Warren Computer Services. He served in the U.S. Navy.

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