XNORTH OLMSTED -- MAKING THEIR HOME IN NORTH OLMSTED AFTER THEIR MARRIAGE JUNE 25 AT THE CHURCH OF ST. CLARENCE ARE ANTHONY WAYNE KORTE OF NORTH OLMSTED AND HIS BRIDE, THE FORMER SHARON FEDOR CHALFIN
XNORTH OLMSTED -- Making their home in North Olmsted after their marriage June 25 at the Church of St. Clarence are Anthony Wayne Korte of North Olmsted and his bride, the former Sharon Fedor Chalfin of Boardman.
The Rev. Neil Kookoothe officiated at the 2 p.m. ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laddie J. Fedor, 320 W. Hopewell Drive, Struthers, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Korte of Delphos.
A reception followed at Mapleside Farms in Brunswick.
The bride operated radio station WKTZ-FM for Struthers School District for 25 years before her marriage. She holds a bachelor's degree in communications from Youngstown State University.
Mr. Korte holds a pharmacy degree from the University of Toledo and is a pharmacist for Giant Eagle.
The bride wore an ivory satin A-line gown and a fingertip-length veil falling from a wreath of ivory roses.
Her attendants, in periwinkle dresses, were the groom's sisters, Rose Kennealy of Cape Elizabeth, Maine, as matron of honor and Virginia Korte of Delphos, the bridesmaid.
The groom's brother, David Korte of Lancaster, served as best man, and the bride's brother, L. David Fedor of North Lima, was groomsman. Ushers were T.J. Grimm of Cleveland and the groom's nephew and godson. John Kennealy of Cape Elizabeth.