YOUNGSTOWN -- Shanise McElroy and David A. Kimbrough, both of Columbus, were married Sept. 3 at Holy Trinity Missionary Baptist Church during a 4:30 p.m. ceremony solemnized by the Rev. Gloria Dew.
After a reception at St. Charles Hall in Boardman, the couple left for the Hawaiian island of Maui.
The bride is a daughter of Nellie J. McElroy, 601 Tod Lane, and the groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kimbrough of Detroit.
The bride's strapless gown of white beaded lace featured a corset bodice and lace-up back.
Wearing latte-colored gowns were the honor attendants, Aquarius Bellamy and Leeisa Shade-Ford. The bridesmaids, Allison Slocum, Eleanor Vickers, Marla Hopkins, Kelley Kimbrough and Victoria McCory wore pool-colored gowns. Flower girls were Kaelyn Bowens and Londyn Johnson.
Best men were the groom's father and Demetrius Parham, and groomsmen were Darnell Fuller, Maurice Shade, Jeffrey Effinger, Kristopher Crosby and Ronald Batchelor. Ring bearer was Isaiah Kimbrough, and ushers were Eddie Robinson, Kenneth Shade, Cory Hall, Kwame McCauley and Maurice Kelley. Also participating was Remmington Ford.
The bride studied business information systems at Ohio State University and earned a master's degree in education at Ashland University. She is an adjunct professor for Notre Dame College of Cleveland. The groom studied pastoral counseling at World Harvest Bible College in Columbus and is a retention adviser with Chase Bank in Columbus.

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