ALICIA NEMETHADAM FUSILLO
YOUNGSTOWN -- The marriage of Alicia Ann Nemeth, 329 S. Hubbard Road, Lowellville, and Adam Thomas Fusillo, 227 Parkway, Struthers, was solemnized by the Revs. Robert Offerdahl and David Brown during a ceremony at 2 p.m. Aug. 17 at the Hungarian Presbyterian Church.
The children of Alexander and Diane Nemeth of the Hubbard Road address and Michael and Carol Fusillo of the Parkway address were honored during a reception at Tiffany's Banquet Center, Brookfield.
The newlyweds honeymooned in Hawaii and live in Stow.
A hand-beaded and embroidered bodice highlighted the bride's gown with a sweep train.
A pharmacist, Mrs. Fusillo works at Walgreen's in Cleveland. She graduated from the University of Toledo with a doctor of pharmacy degree.
Mr. Fusillo is a machinist and foreman at Timken in Vienna. He earned an associate degree at Youngstown State University.
Maid of honor was Amanda Kollar, Lowellville. Bridesmaids were Kathy Nemeth, Columbus, and Theresa Nemeth, Chicago, the bride's sisters-in-law. They wore powder-blue dresses. Flower girls were Kristina and Angela Fusillo, Struthers, the groom's nieces.
Best man was Christopher Nemeth, Columbus, the bride's brother. Groomsmen were Joseph Fusillo, Campbell, and Jason Fusillo of Struthers, the groom's brothers. The bride's cousin, Ryan Morse of New Bedford, Pa., was ring bearer. Ushers were Alexander Nemeth, Chicago, her brother, and Vincent Fusillo, Struthers, his brother.