YOUNGSTOWN -- A reception at The Georgetown in Boardman followed the June 22 wedding of Kelly Klingensmith and Christopher Kutsko at 1 p.m. at St. Brendan Church.
The Rev. James Daprile officiated for the daughter of Daniel and Catherine Klingensmith, 1740 Price Road, and the son of Marjorie Kutsko, 1442 W. Clifton Blvd., Lakewood, and the late James Kutsko.
The couple honeymooned in Hawaii. They live in Cleveland.
The bride wore an ivory silk organza gown detailed with scarf-like bluetails that formed a train.
Her sister, Sara Klingensmith, and Jill Hecker were honor attendants. Bridesmaids were Carly and Courtney Conway, the groom's nieces; Laura Conway, his sister; Denise Latsko, the bride's aunt; Jenny Mackall, Suzanne McKnight, Kathy Schwartz and Mary Joe Schwartz, her cousins; and Chrissy Tobey. They wore iridescent blue-violet gowns. Her cousin, Quynn Latsko, was flower girl.
Keith Kutsko, the groom's brother, and Rick Toman, his cousin, shared the duties of best man, and groomsmen were Bill Aey; Nate Fischer; Eric Fowler; Dan Klingensmith, her brother; Jim Kubik; Joe Kunovich; and Frank Pennel. Ring bearer was Sean McMahon, her cousin.
Mrs. Kutsko is a graduate of Youngstown State University with a bachelor's degree in fine and performing arts. She is a graphic designer-photographer with Phoenix Advertising Art, Cleveland.
Her husband graduated from YSU with a degree in computer science. He is a database administrator with ICI Paints in Cleveland.

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