SALEM -- The garden at the home of Allan and Bonnie Wolfgang, 1003 Pine Lake Road, was the setting June 22 for the wedding of their son, Mark Allan Wolfgang, and Colleen Ann Kane, a daughter of Edward and Gloria Kane, 6947 Fairground Blvd., Canfield.
The couple exchanged nuptial vows during a 6:30 p.m. ceremony solemnized by the Rev. Al Mobley, and a reception was held afterward.
The bride wore a strapless gown fashioned with basque waistline, an A-line skirt and a detachable cathedral train. Pearls and sequins enhanced the bodice.
Pink gowns were worn by Jennifer Harrison, who was the honor attendant for her sister, and by Karen Bailey, the bridesmaid. The groom's niece, Samantha Withers, was flower girl.
The groom's father performed the duties of best man, and groomsmen were Dana Wolfgang, son of the groom, and Jonathan Kane, the bride's nephew. Ring bearer was the groom's nephew, Hunter Withers.
The bride attended Youngstown State University and is employed at Kane Lawn Service in Canfield.
The groom, a foreman at Electric Furnace in Salem, graduated as a machinist from a trade school in Salem.
The couple live at St. Andrews Drive in Canfield.

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