YOUNGSTOWN -- Erin Colleen Domer and Barry Anthony Gromada were united in marriage Aug. 24 during a 1 p.m. ceremony solemnized by the Rev. Louis Fortunato in the Marble Room at Stambaugh Auditorium.
The couple were honored during a reception in the Grand Ballroom at the auditorium before leaving on a wedding trip to Paradise Island in the Bahamas.
They live in Boardman.
Parents of the bride are Raymond T. Domer, 6625 Bristlewood Drive, and the late Roberta G. Domer, and the groom's parents are Michael and Carol Gromada, 6660 Bristlewood Drive.
The bride's strapless satin gown was embellished with silver embroidery, pearls and rhinestones, and featured a box-pleated skirt and chapel train.
Turquoise-colored gowns were worn by the honor attendants, Cheryl Oleyar, Kelley Cervello and Jamie Cordon, and the bridesmaids, Kim Camacci, Amy Warden, Katie Warden, Sheri Gromada, Allison Domer, Noelle Domer and Kristina McGovern. Flower girl was Cameron Cervello.
Brad Ozenghar was best man, and groomsmen were Todd Belcher, Rob McGovern, Pat Shutrump, Ken Christoff, Scott Domer, Tim Domer, Al Cervello, Carlo Cordon and Brian Patterson. Ring bearer was Brandon Gromada.
The bride graduated from Kent State University with a bachelor's degree in journalism/mass communication.
The groom, a trooper with Ohio State Highway Patrol, holds a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Youngstown State University.

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