VINDA CULPWILLIAM RADCLIFFE
XORANGEVILLE -- Orangeville United Methodist Church was the setting May 28 for the wedding of Vinda S. Culp and William J. Radcliffe, both of 208 Maple St., Newton Falls.
The couple exchanged nuptials vows during a 3 p.m. ceremony officiated by the Rev. Erwin Urschitz.
After a reception at Faces Banquet Hall in Newton Falls, they left on a wedding trip to Port Clinton and Marblehead at Lake Erie.
They live at the Newton Falls address.
The bride's parents are Wayne and Connie Culp, 5759 Yorktown Lane, Austintown. Parents of the grooms are Ronda Radcliffe of Orangeville and the late William Radcliffe.
The bride's ivory, A-line gown featured a strapless, sheer overlay adorned with beading and a chapel train.
A lilac gown was worn by the honor attendant, Shelly Culp of Austintown, sister-in-law of the bride.
A brother of the groom, Clint Radcliffe of Fort Campbell, Ky., served as best man. Cole Aron Frederick of Newton Falls, son of the bride, was groomsman and also joined his grandfather in walking his mother down the aisle. Ron Culp of Austintown, brother of the bride, was an usher.
Mrs. Radcliffe is an administrative assistant with Grange Insurance in Canfield. The groom is a winder operator for Filmco Inc.