BOARDMAN -- United in marriage during a 1:30 p.m. ceremony Aug. 10 at the gazebo in Boardman Township Park were Amy Lynn Pogany and Gregory David Tibolla, both of Austintown.
The Rev. Patricia Young presided at the wedding for the daughter of Jim and Georgia Pogany, 5123 Sterling St., Austintown, and the son of Carole Brown and Richard Tibolla, both of Austintown.
After a reception at Leo's Ristorant & eacute; in Howland, the couple left on a wedding trip to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. They live at 56 Benton Ave., Austintown.
The eggshell matt & eacute; satin gown worn by the bride featured spaghetti straps and a chapel train and was adorned with beading at the dropped waistline.
Lisa Cera was the honor attendant, and bridesmaids were Karen Naples and Erin Pogany, sisters of the bride, and Kathy Kerrigan. Flower girl was Gabriella Cera. The attendants wore lavender and plum gowns.
Serving as his brother's best man was Jason Tibolla. Groomsmen were Matthew Brown, also the groom's brother; Brian Tibolla, his cousin; and Jason Pogany, the bride's brother. Ring bearer was Jordan Cera, the bride's godson, and ushers were Dave Philibin and John Ricci.
The bride, a teacher at Austintown Fitch High School, graduated from Youngstown State University with a bachelor's degree in elementary-special education.
The groom holds a bachelor's degree in marketing from YSU and is employed at General Motors Corp. in Lordstown.

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