CANFIELD -- Lord of Life Lutheran Church was the setting at 4 p.m. Aug. 31 for the wedding of Kelli Krok, daughter of Thomas and Kathy Krok, 1460 Pepperwood Drive, Niles, and John Leshinsky Jr., son of Mary Ellen and John R. Leshinsky Sr., 8068 Glenwood Ave., Boardman.
The Rev. Constance Mentzer officiated, and a reception took place at the Lockwood House, Boardman. The couple honeymooned in North Carolina and live in Boardman.
The bride was given in marriage by her father and her son, Alexander Siwicki of Boardman, who also served as a groomsman.
Kylie Dayton of Rosewell, Ga., and Laura Elder of Canfield, the groom's sister, were matrons of honor. Bridesmaids were Lynn Orr of Jacksonville, Fla., the groom's sister; Lisa Leshinsky of Cranberry Township, Pa., his sister-in-law; Lisa Young of Boardman, his sister; and Kathi Krok of Warren, the bride's sister-in-law. Stephanie DeMain of Boardman was flower girl.
Best men were Charles Leshinsky, Cranberry Township, the groom's brother, and Michael Liberato, Canfield. Groomsmen were Chris Chumita, Cleveland; Dean DeMain, Boardman; and Michael Krok, Warren, her brother. Ring bearers were Max Dowling-Leshinsky, Austintown, the groom's son, and Ryan and Aidan Leshinsky, Cranberry Township, his nephews.
A graduate of ETI Technical College, Niles, with an associate degree in applied science, Mrs. Leshinsky is a paralegal in Youngstown.
Her husband attended Ohio State University and is employed by Boardman Township.

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