YOUNGSTOWN -- Theresa L. Campbell, daughter of Stella Campbell, 8231 Davis St., Masury, and the late Robert Campbell, became the bride of Clifton G. Johnson Jr., son of Bishop and Mrs. Clifton G. Johnson, 534 W. Woodlawn Ave., during a 3 p.m. ceremony July 20 at Mount Calvary Pentecostal Church.
Bishop Norman Wagner officiated, and a reception followed in the church hall.
The bride wore a satin sheath-style gown accented with beaded lace and designed with a detachable tulle train.
Maid of honor was Tami Robinson of Masury, and bridesmaids were Magna Blackwell of Boardman, Paulette Clinkscale of Boardman and Jennifer Robinson of Youngstown. They wore pink gowns. Flower girl was Sabayna Johnson of Youngstown, the groom's niece.
Darren Thomas of Youngstown was best man, and serving as groomsmen were the groom's brothers, Gary Johnson of Youngstown and David Johnson of New York, along with Brian Levels of Youngstown. His nephew, Gary Johnson Jr., was ring bearer, and ushers were Nathan Brantley of Canfield and Brandon Thomas, D.J. Colon and William Johnson, all of Youngstown.
The bride is employed at Ohio Motorist Association in Warren as a travel agent.
Mr. Johnson is a construction welder for Chicago Bridge & amp; Iron of Woodlands, Texas.

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