YOUNGSTOWN -- Donna Jean Vaclav and David Wayne Ciuffreda, both of Annapolis, Md., were married at noon Aug. 4 at St. Nicholas Byzantine Catholic Church by the Rev. David J. Shortt.
Their parents are Robert and Helen Marie Vaclav, 7884 Bendemeer Drive, Poland, and Dominic and Dale Ciuffreda, Annapolis.
A reception was held at Avalon Inn and Resort in Howland.
After a honeymoon to the Florida Keys, they live in Annapolis.
A free-lance vocalist whose stage name is Dana Victor, the bride graduated from Youngstown State University's Dana School of Music with a bachelor's degree in music and from the University of Rochester Eastman School of Music with a master's degree. She was a vocalist and soloist with the U.S. Army Field Band and Soldiers Chorus.
The groom is majoring in computer information systems at Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, Md.
The bride's white matte satin sheath was designed with a beaded lace bodice and cathedral train.
Honor attendant was Denise Vaclav-Danko. Bridesmaids were Darlene Morocco, Davene Garvey, Donna O'Malley and Dana Papavasilakis. They wore amethyst gowns. The junior bridesmaids, Madisyn Vaclav and Allyn Brown, were in violet. Flower girls were Christina and Mikayla Vaclav.
Best man was Louie Papavasilakis. Groomsmen were Daryl Vaclav, Douglas Vaclav, Peter O'Malley and Barry Skolnick. Junior groomsmen were Michael Morocco and Matthew Brown, and ring bearers were Dominic and Sam Papavasilakis.

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