YOUNGSTOWN -- Monsignor David Rhodes presided as Trudi Breakiron and Christopher Vetterly were united in marriage during a 5:30 p.m. ceremony June 15 at St. Christine Church, where a reception was held afterward at Gutman Hall.
The daughter of Catherine Yeager, 3896 S. Canfield-Niles Road, Canfield, and the late Lloyd Yeager, and the son of Shirley Vetterly, 230 Wayne St., Baden, Pa., honeymooned at Ocean City, Md., and live at 2330 Oak Trace St., Austintown.
Bugle beads enhanced the bride's sleeveless sheath gown.
Debi Williams of Youngstown, the honor attendant, wore a lilac gown, as did the bride's daughters and bridesmaids, Ariel and Alissa Breakiron, both of Canfield. Flower girl was the groom's godchild, Samantha Spangler of Pittsburgh.
Serving as best man was Ed Millie of Ambridge, Pa., and groomsmen were Dan Nemergut of Youngstown, the bride's nephew, and Justin Spangler of Pittsburgh, a cousin of the groom. Ring bearer was her nephew, Nicholas Quimby of Beech Grove, Ind., and ushers were Michael Nemergut of Youngstown, her nephew, and Adam Reynolds of Pittsburgh, his cousin.
The bride, a substitute teacher with Youngstown parochial schools and Austintown public schools, holds a bachelor's degree in music education from Youngstown State University Dana School of Music.
The groom is a bricklayer with Bricklayer's Local 8.

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