YOUNGSTOWN -- Ocho Rios, Jamaica, was the honeymoon destination of Clifton G. Johnson Jr., 825 Marmion Ave., and his bride, the former Theresa L. Campbell, 8231 Davis St., Masury, who were married at 3 p.m. July 20 at Mount Calvary Pentecostal Church.
Bishop Norman L. Wagner officiated, and a reception followed at the church hall.
The bride is a daughter of Stella F. Campbell of the Davis Street address and the late Robert Campbell. The groom is a son of Clifton G. Sr. and Auvril Johnson, 534 W. Woodland Ave.
The bride wore a satin and lace gown accented by beading and fashioned with a detachable train.
Mrs. Johnson is a travel agent with Ohio Motorist Association in Niles. Her husband is a construction welder at Chicago Bridge and Iron, based in Woodlands, Texas. They live in Masury.
Honor attendant was Tami Boling of Masury. She wore a pink dress, as did the bridesmaids, Magna Blackwell and Paullette Clinckscale, both of Boardman, and Jennifer Jones of Youngstown. Flower girl was Sabryna Johnson of Youngstown, thegroom's niece.
Darren Thomas of Youngstown served as best man. Groomsmen were David Johnson of Mount Vernon, N.Y., and Gary Johnson of Youngstown, the groom's brothers, and Brian Levels of Austintown. Ring bearer was Gary Johnson Jr. of Youngstown, his nephew, and ushers were Brandon Thomas and Nathan Brantley, both of Youngstown; D.J. Colvin, Austintown; and Eric Simmons, Mansfield.

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