NICOLE SICILIANOJEFFREY CHURILLA
XAUSTINTOWN -- The exchange of nuptial vows took place during a 2 p.m. ceremony July 30 as Nicole Marie Siciliano and Jeffrey Thomas Churilla, both of Austintown, were united in marriage at St. Joseph Church.
The Rev. John Trimbur officiated, and a reception was held at the Maronite Center, Youngstown. After a honeymoon at Riveria Maya, the couple live in Austintown.
The bride is a daughter of Nicholas Siciliano of Youngstown and Linda Siciliano of Austintown. The groom is a son of Teresa Churilla of Campbell.
The bride's satin A-line gown featured an empire waistline, an organza lace overlay adorned with crystals and pearls and a semicathedral train.
Wearing black and white gowns were the honor attendants, Leslie Wetzl, the bride's cousin, and Analisa Siciliano, her sister-in-law, and the bridesmaids, Kathryn Churilla and Kimberly Colegrove, the groom's sisters; Jamie Wetzl and Danielle and JenyEsenwein, the bride's cousins; and Carla Kamin. The junior bride was her cousin, Paige Kern, and the flower girl was the groom's niece, Madison Colegrove.
The groom's cousin, Gregory Dobos, served as best man, and groomsmen were Nicholas Siciliano, the bride's brother; Jason Coulter; Richard Dobos; Justin Coulter, the groom's cousin; Mike Deramo; Andy Pondillo; and Ron McComb. Junior groom was Tyler Stein and ring bearer was Ethan Wetzl, the bride's cousins.