MARSHA FISHERTHOMAS KEGLEY
XYOUNGSTOWN -- Marsha Kay Fisher, 320 Lyons Ave., East Palestine, and Thomas Agar Kegley, 706 Palmer Ave., were married June 11 at John Knox Presbyterian Church.
Charles H. and Darlene K. Linert, 5249 state Route 170, East Palestine, are parents of the bride. The groom is a son of John H. and Mary Jane Kegley, 831 E. Avondale Ave.
The Rev. Jeanine Haven officiated at the 2:30 p.m. ceremony, and a reception followed at The Embassy.
The couple are living at the Lyons Avenue address.
The bride is a receptionist for South Mill Veterinary Clinic in Boardman after earning an associate degree in science at York (S.C.) Technical College. Mr. Kegley earned a bachelor's degree in engineering at Youngstown State University.
Attending the bride in pink were Amy Harris of Youngstown, maid of honor; her sister, Kimberly Dunn of East Palestine, matron of honor; and her daughter, Katlyn Fisher of East Palestine, flower girl.
John H. Kegley Jr. of North Lima, the groom's brother, performed the duties of best man, and Ted A. Kegley of North Jackson, another brother, was groomsman. Avery Fisher of East Palestine, the bride's son, was ring bearer, and Jeff Shick of Poland, Tom Babik of Hubbard and Christopher Linert of East Palestine, the bride's brother, were ushers.