YOUNGSTOWN -- Living in Cincinnati after a honeymoon cruise to the Caribbean are Scott Myron Nagel and his bride, the former Randi Colleen Chudakoff, both of Cincinnati, who were married Dec. 30 at Rodef Shalom Temple.
Presiding at the 11 a.m. wedding were Rabbis Frank Muller and David Komerofsky.
A reception was held at the Grand Pavilion of Opus Twenty One in Howland to honor the daughter of Robert and Terri Chudakoff of Girard and the son of Lawrence and Rosalyn Nagel of Oakhurst, N.J.
The bride's sleeveless silk gown featured an illusion yoke and cathedral train. Her veil flowed from a crystal tiara.
Plum-colored gowns were worn by the bride's sisters and honor attendants, Jamie and Megan Chudakoff, and the bridesmaids, Heidi Nagel, the groom's twin sister; Rebecca Bookman; and Rachel Deutsch.
Aaron Starr performed the duties of best man, and groomsmen were Geoff Greenlee, Zachary Kolstein and Richard Stern.
Also participating were the groom's cousins, Seth and Craig Friedman; Karen McHugh; and Marni Tamarkin.
The bride earned a bachelor's degree in Jewish studies at Hebrew College in Brookline, Mass., and the groom graduated from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Mich., with a bachelor's degree in Judaic studies.
The bride and groom are rabbinical students at the Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion, in Cincinnati.

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