AUSTINTOWN -- Austintown Community Church was the setting for the wedding of Ami Jo Stackpole and Ikreman A. Omran at 1:30 p.m. Aug. 3. The Rev. David Roberts officiated, and a reception was held at The Embassy in Youngstown.
After a honeymoon trip to Ocean City, Md., the couple are living at 171 Argyle Ave.
Parents of the bride are Arthur and Patricia Stackpole, 922 Kirwan Drive, and LeeAnn Ruby, 4214 Milltrace Road, Boardman. Mr. Omran is a son of Abdul-Salam and Seham Omran of Nablus City, Palestine.
The bride wore a strapless A-line gown trimmed with pearls and sequins and featuring a chapel train.
Her sister, Jodi Klepec, was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Kathia Stackpole, the bride's sister-in-law; Shadia Ahmad, the groom's sister-in-law; Angela Duskey; Michelle Luka; and Kristen Perry. They wore baby-pink gowns. Flower girls were Brianna Stackpole, the bride's niece; Aseel Ahmad, his niece; and Taylor Perry.
Hakeem Ahmad was best man for his brother, and groomsmen were Ali and Adli Omran, also the groom's brothers; Brian Stackpole, the bride's brother; Nasser Elwanni; Chris Luka; and Evan Klepec, the bride's nephew. Ring bearers were Shadi Ahmad, the groom's nephew; Jarrett Duskey; and Joseph Klepec, her nephew.
Mrs. Omran graduated from Kent State University and is manager of Jerusalem Inc. in Youngstown.
Her husband is a graduate of Jerusalem Open University in Ramallah, Palestine, and is a supervisor at Jerusalem Inc.

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