LOWELLVILLE -- Amy Tiratto and Michael Fuline were married at 2 p.m. July 27 at Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Church. The Rev. Gerald DeLucia officiated for the daughter of Frank and Sue Tiratto, 312 Watson St., and the son of Dan and Linda Fuline, 725 Pearlman Road, Akron.
A reception followed at the MetroPlex Centre in Liberty, and the couple left for a honeymoon at the Florida Keys and Disney World. They will live in Akron.
Fashioned of white duchess satin, the bride's A-line gown was adorned with sequins, pearls and bugle beads.
Crystal Fontaine was maid of honor, and matron of honor was Lisa Modelski. They were gowned in pink, as were the bridesmaids, Christine Edell, Kristi Kmetz, Allison Fuline, Michelle Spano, Erin Norberg, Jennifer Fuline, Christina Pappas, Angie Watson, Tracy Palumbo, Jessica Levy, Lori Huisdak and Gina Lucente. Junior bridesmaids were Brooke Marrie and Nickki Black, and flower girls were Marissa and Rylie Fuline.
Best man was Dan Fuline, and groomsmen were Derek Michalak, Joseph Edell, Ryan O'Dear, Shawn Surdy, Adam Sturm, Jim Farrell, Jeff Black, Troy Fontaine, Tucker Pappas, Shannon Swaino, Chris Modelski, Anthony Reda, John Huisdak and Salvatore Lucente. Erick Davis was ring bearer.
Mrs. Fuline holds a degree in education from Kent State University and is a special-education teacher with the Akron Public Schools. Her husband graduated from KSU with a degree in psychology and education. He is a language-arts teacher with Green Local Schools.

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