TRICIA DALEYFILIMON MISSOS
OAHU, Hawaii -- A postnuptial reception was held Aug. 17 at The Georgetown in Boardman to honor Filimon Missos and his bride, the former Tricia Daley, who were married at 4 p.m. July 28 at St. Constantine and Helen Church.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Daley Jr. of Struthers and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nikitas Missos of Campbell spent their honeymoon on the Hawaiian island of Maui.
They live in New Springfield.
The bride's wedding gown was fashioned of white silk chiffon. The strapless bodice was enhanced with horizontal bands of crystal beading, and the skirt flowed into a chapel train.
Coral gowns were worn by Stacy DeMain, the bride's sister and honor attendant, and the bridesmaids, Irene Spencer and Viola Missos, the groom's sisters; Lisa and Mary Missos, his sisters-in-law; Kristen Amadio; Jennifer Limposa; and Laura Peck. Gowned in white were the flower girls, Alexis DeMain, the bride's niece, and Evgenia and Niki Spencer and Julianna Missos, the groom's nieces.
Pete Missos was best man for his brother, and groomsmen were John and Angelo Missos, the groom's brothers; Joe Spencer, his brother-in-law; T.J. Daley, the bride's brother; Jim Tsangaris; and Nick Ginnis.
The bride and groom graduated from Youngstown State University with bachelor's degrees, hers in finance and his in graphic design. She is an account executive with Citistreet in Dublin, and he is co-owner of John's Painting in Campbell.