HEATHER MILLER TRAVIS RAMSEY
HEATHER MILLERTRAVIS RAMSEY
XBOARDMAN -- Heather Miller, a daughter of Dan and Debbie Miller, all of 194 Maple Drive, and Travis Ramsey, who was raised by his mother, Darlene Ramsey, and James Limpose, all of 7652 Roller Road, Salem, were united in marriage June 25 at Trinity Fellowship Church.
The Rev. Don Monaco presided at the 3 p.m. ceremony.
After a reception at the Dutch Village Inn, Columbiana, the couple left for a honeymoon at Mayan Riviera.
The bride's strapless white gown was embossed with lavender embroidery, crystals and beadwork and featured an obi sash and a train.
Victorian-lilac gowns were worn by the honor attendant, Melissa Rivas; the bridesmaids, Hannah Markusic, Suzanne Shorrab and Jessica Conrad, the bride's cousin; and the junior bridesmaid, Rachael Miller, the bride's sister. Flower girls were the groom's niece, Kaley Douglass, and his cousin, Angela McCullough.
Serving as best man was Jimmy McLoud, and groomsmen were Josh Conklin, John Finley and the bride's brother, Justin Miller. Junior groomsman was her brother, Eric Miller, and ring bearer was her cousin, Brandon Frasca.
The bride graduated from Kent State University with a degree in Spanish education. She is employed at Hampton Inn, Canfield.
The groom, a senior engineering technician with American Standard Corp. in Salem, is pursuing a degree in manufacturing engineering at KSU, Salem Campus.
They live in Canfield.