CASEY FAGNANOMATTHEW KISSEL
XBOARDMAN --Casey Fagnano of New Middletown, daughter of Carol and Len Fagnano of New Springfield, and Matthew Kissel of New Middletown, son of Tamra Favia of Melbourne, Fla., were married at 1:30 p.m. Dec. 18 at St. James Meeting House in Boardman Park.
Don Mason, the bride's uncle, performed the ceremony, and a reception followed at The Elm Tree in Struthers.
The bride wore an ivory strapless gown accented with crystals and designed with a detachable train edged with crystal and beaded snowflakes.
Her sister, Brandy Fagnano of Youngstown, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Ashley and Morgan Fagnano of New Springfield, also her sisters; Stephanie Favia of Port St. John, Fla., the groom's sister; Danielle Mason of Richmond, Va., her cousin; Melissa Filek and Katie Marsh, both of New Middletown; Barbi Spencer of Beloit; and Erin Blakeman of Boardman. They wore black gowns. Flower girls were Kinley Mason of New Springfield, the bride's cousin, and Leah Blakeman of Boardman.
Chuck Filek of New Middletown was best man, and groomsmen were David Petrolla of Melbourne, cousin of the groom; Doug Spencer of Beloit; Seth Matey of New Springfield; Pat Blakeman of Boardman; Bob Molnar of Poland; and Jason Lewis of New Middletown.
The couple are living in New Middletown. The bride is a teller at First Place Bank in Poland. She received a degree in dental assisting from Choffin Career Center. The groom is a route salesman for Domestic Uniform in Liberty.