GIRARD -- Living in McDonald after a wedding trip to Aruba are Thomas Knight, 548 Indiana Ave., McDonald, and his bride, the former Connie Harrell, 21 Masters Court, Warren, who were united in marriage July 5 at St. Rose Church.
Monsignor Martin Susko presided at the 5:30 p.m. ceremony for the daughter of Mary E. Harrell of the Warren address and the late Robert E. Harrell and the son of Ronald and Marianne Knight, 914 Illinois Ave., McDonald.
The bride holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Ohio State University, Columbus, and is employed in sales with Cumulus Broadcasting, Youngstown.
The groom, an engineer with General Motors Corp. in Lordstown, graduated from John Carroll University in University Heights with a bachelor's degree in business administration.
The bride wore an A-line gown of white satin enhanced with beading and designed with an empire waist, short sleeves and a gently scooped neckline.
Light-blue gowns were worn by the honor attendant, Elizabeth Mleczko, and the bridesmaids, Pati Yauger; Lori Phillips and Shari Harrell, sisters of the bride; and Kathleen Knight, the groom's sister. Flower girls were Aislyn and Maura Rubinic, cousins of the groom.
Timothy Knight performed the duties of best man for his brother, and groomsmen were Tim Bacha, Jeff Misier, Greg Dickson and Jim Gresko. Ring bearer was the bride's nephew, Robert Shape.

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