YOUNGSTOWN -- Living in Cleveland after a honeymoon on the Hawaiian Islands are Daniel Thomas Sebaugh and his bride, the former Allison Jeanne Jarbeck, both of Cleveland, who were married June 8 at St. Columba Cathedral.
Monsignor Lawrence Fye presided at the 2 p.m. wedding, and a reception followed at the Holiday Inn MetroPlex Centre ballroom.
Parents of the couple are George and Josephine Jarbeck of Boardman and Jerome and Doris Sebaugh of Cleveland.
The bride's white silk-satin organza gown featured a corset bodice, full pleated skirt and a cathedral train, and was enhanced with embroidery.
Wearing back gowns were Stephanie Jarbeck, the honor attendant, and the bridesmaids, Marah Averell, Caryn Greene, Rachel Hunkele, Josie Jarbeck, Tracy Sebaugh and Kristie Sosnowski.
Michael Kulaszewski served as best man, and groomsmen were George Jarbeck III, Robert Milla, Douglas Sebaugh, James Ramhoff, John Spears and Jeff Turney. Taylor Jarbeck was the ring bearer, and ushers were Jason and Jared Sebaugh.
The bride, a technology specialist with Boise Cascade in Cleveland, graduated from Youngstown State University with a bachelor's degree in combined sciences.
The groom earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Cleveland State University and is a business development executive with Redemtech of Columbus.

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