XYOUNGSTOWN -- Monsignor Thomas F. Kelly officiated as Valerie M. Ziadeh and Thomas S. Mirante III, both of Cornersburg, were married at 2 p.m. Jan. 18 at St. Christine Church.
After a reception at the Regency House, the newlyweds left on a honeymoon to Nemacolin Woodlands Resort and Spa in Farmington, Pa.
The bride is a daughter of Constance S. Ziadeh of Cornersburg and the late Mike J. Ziadeh. Parents of the groom are Ann and Thomas Mirante Jr. of Cornersburg.
She wore a white Italian satin gown embellished with sequins and with fur trim on the cuffs of the sleeves and hemline.
Honor attendants were the bride's sisters, Michele L. Ziadeh-Moore of Cortland, N.Y., and Rene & eacute; S. Marshall of Monroe, N.C., who wore red dresses. Flower girl was Victoria Marie Moore of Cortland, her niece.
Jim Webber of Youngstown was best man. Groomsman was Ronnie Ziadeh of Boardman, the bride's brother, and usher was Michael V. Ziadeh of Rootstown, her brother. Ring bearer was Mitchell L. Moore of Cortland and bell ringer was Kyle P. Ziadeh of Boardman, her nephews.
Mrs. Mirante, an assembler at General Motors Corp., Lordstown, graduated from Akron Medical-Dental Institute, Cuyahoga Falls, with a dental assistant degree.
The groom earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry at Youngstown State University and attended Case Western Reserve University. He is assistant superintendent of the Waste Water Department for the city of Youngstown.
They live in Cornersburg.

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